WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
Oooh! So pretty! Made my day seeing all this beautiful color when all we have around here is brown, grey and dull green (from the junipers).#2, #8 and #10 were my faves. :)~Lisa
Giving you a big ol' "G"reat for the sunny inspiration for spring Lori!Beautiful indeed!Kac
I'm wondering if you dig up all the lily's or if they winter over and come up on their own? I am going to try some lily's this year. I really think it gets too cold here so I am going to dig half the tubers up and the other half I'll mulch heavily and see what happens. (A friend told me here's always die and she has to buy more so I'm going to experiment...and suggestions would be great although I don't think you get -40 like we do).You flower shots are beautiful. I just bought a ton of seed today and will be busy tomorrow! :)
so very pretty. what a teaser you are!
Lovely floral shots. Makes me think of Spring. :)
wow, is that what your place looks like when it's not under snow??
Excellent stills and beautiful blooms. Are these all taken in your garden. Wow!
These are G-reat reminders of spring.
Oh how I wish for Spring! Your garden is just beautiful!
Yep, G is for Garden! And these are some fabulous garden photos!
...and such a beautiful, well tended garden it is.Gives me hope for spring.
oh, so pretty! You are my inspiration for a flower garden! I can't wait to see flowers this spring!
Very colorful. You must have quite the "green" thumb. Regular Guy
I'm still trying to catch up on reading blogs, so that's why I haven't been commenting, but I am reading and loving every one of your posts!I love these pictures for Sunday Stills. It makes me think of spring. Yay!Also really like how the bedroom is coming along. I love all of the colors you picked out! Wish I had some talent at decorating lol.I'm glad Winnie has settled in and I hope Dream doesn't miss her too much. Let us know if she's eating any better please.
G is for Gorgeous!
Gorgeous, gorgeous colors... You brightened my day!Have you heard anything from Esther since yesterday? When I couldn't leave any comment on her blog post, I emailed her and asked if she was still in Taiwan and if she was alone or with her brother and sister. So far no response. It's unnerving to see that she has disabled all comments and taken everything else off her blog except for Saturday's. What a trial for her and her siblings.
Oh what beautiful flowers! I'm really looking forward to having a flower garden this year.
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