Where bluebonnets grow …

“This is the only place on Earth bluebonnets grow, and once a year they come an’ go at this old house here by the road. And when we die, we say we’ll catch some blackbird’s wing, and we will fly away to Heaven come some sweet bluebonnet spring.”

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6 Responses to Where bluebonnets grow …

  1. Lburg says:

    Oh how I love Nanci Griffith’s music. Something about her earnest voice always chokes me up. Thank you Stella for the beautiful photos and music.

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  2. Having grown up in Texas and lived on the gulf coast as a child, this video spoke to me. The oil rigs and refineries were where everyone worked and the jobs would come and go as the economy boomed or busted. Now residing outside of the Dallas area, we are blessed with some of the most beautiful bluebonnet fields. Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrush together are magnificent sight to behold. I sure do love bluebonnet season! Thank you, Stella.

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