April 8, 2009

Easter is coming to you!

Mini Daffodils

Our Easter Decorations

Apricot Beauties (early bloomers)

For anyone who is having lots of rainy days, I want to share with you some Easter and outdoor flower goodies from our garden, to help get you through those consecutive rainy days. Just know that the sun will shine soon.


  1. Hi, it's a very great blog!
    I could tell how much efforts you've taken on it.
    Keep doing!

  2. Thanksss (we finally have sun now)....you're such a sweet person. I'll let you know which of the books I'll add to my wishlist.
    Thx again for that.

  3. Thank you, how sweet !
    a flower for comfort and you.
    Have a beautiful day

  4. You are so sweet to share your garden and show why we need rain. Your garden looks beautiful! Enjoy!

  5. I wandered over to your blog from Abby J's blog. Your pictures made me smile! They give me hope that we will have spring here eventually. We are still waiting for the remants of snow from Monday's storm to melt.

  6. The photos of the garden are lovely. I'm a bit under the weather, but as soon as I can I'll be out there weeding and take photos. Blessings, Kathy

  7. Olive Tree & Joyce - I thank you!
    C.T. - if you need further assistance, just let me know.
    Ariadone - Your welcome, and the same to you.
    Will - the snow will melt soon, I promise.
    Kathy - can't wait to see you again.

  8. I LOVE Springtime flowers... they are so gorgeous! ENJOY! Fifi

  9. Wow--I love your tulips and daffodils! Beautiful!

  10. Beautiful flowers! Spring bulbs are my favorite!

  11. Lovely! I was just explaining to one of my carpool kids why this family of nonbelievers celebrates Easter (or the vernal equinox). It's all this good stuff.


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