April 1, 2009

April Desktop Images

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Every month I feature a new image for download for you to use as your desktop background. Click to download it and see it at its huge size and resolution.

What on earth happened to March? I swear it just started a few days ago! March 20th was the first day of spring and, while the cherry blossoms and daffodils are starting to make an appearance, I’m still cautious about celebrating. We had a hail storm just the other day and it’s still so cloudy and chilly. At least I haven’t seen snow in a while (please don’t jinx it!).

So here’s to hoping that we’ll have just a few more April showers and many more May flowers.

Enjoy!


*Please note these images are made available for personal use only.

Stay tuned for some awesome engagement and modeling portraits going up in the next week or so…

“Expect to have hope rekindled. Expect your prayers to be answered in wondrous ways. The dry seasons in life do not last. The spring rains will come again.”
~ Sarah Ban Breathnach

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