I don't recall how I found your blog, but I have been lurking for a while, so I thought I would say hello.Love your photos, and Chief Seattle's words are wonderful..
Glad you found it Sheila, its always nice when someone new comes along and leaves a comment. Have a fun day.
Lovely sentiments and such beautiful photos to go with them, Cheryl.
Thank you Rose, you're so kind.
wow cheryl, i just checked back here today after you left your comment, and noticed you'd put me on your blogrole. it's an honor to be placed on someone's blogrole, so thank you very much!
Chief Seattle was so-o-o wise. We should listen.
Thats ok Jan I liked what I saw.I agree dirty knees we should all listen.
Bonsoir Cheryl! At the end of a log day of digging - time to relax and see what everyone else has been up to... you've posted some lovely photos of your garden since I last viewed - I think we must have very similar things growing in our gardens!! I've been busy digging away near to the base of our Walnut tree - it's totally choked with Ivy and nettle roots... it's been a real scorcher here today - it was 46 degrees in the greenhouse!! Another sunny day forecast tomorrow and then more rain....... all good I supppose but it's helping the weeds to grow far too well and I can't keep up with it all!! Keep up the good work.. Miranda
Bonsoir Miranda.....I know what you mean about the weeds, they grow faster than the flowers.It has been warm here, pleasantly so. I to have trouble keeping it all under control, but its fun isn't it!Take care.
Dear Cheryl,So very true...Chief Seattle loved Mother Earth.Your flowers are so pretty. I am waiting for a storm to come in. I love the energy of the wind.Sherry
I think I have that same lonicera Cheryl. I also love the quote. I have read it before. Oh so true.
Cheryl, lovely photos!! And I really like Chief Seattle's words of wisdom. We should all heed them. I posted wisteria today-for you. Enjoy. And I wish I could send some lilac scent. I planted the first of the poppies seedlings today. They finally were big enough, I thought they would make it in the ground. Am giving them TLC.
Chief Seattle's words are profound - your photographs were a perfect accompaniment. Thank you!
Thank you Sherry....I hope the storm is not too strong...I do not like the wind too much...
Thanks Beckie I look forward to popping over to see your beautiful blooms.
Thank you Kate.
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