May 7, 2010
I’m from Maryland. I need green. I love flowers.
Aaaah, beautiful pictures! Good for the soul.
Question … if you catch that skunk, how are you going to transport him to another place without getting sprayed?
I’m kinda leaving that part of the equation up to Don, but I think the plan is to throw a tarp over the trap, drive ten miles and release the skunk. 🙂
I live in WI with it’s long, drab, dreary winters. I need green, too! I also love to see the colors and green come out in the spring time. Thanks for the beautiful pictures. (BTW, we’re green and blooming now, too. Hooray!)
Beautiful pictures! Hope you catch that skunk without getting perfumed with scent of skunk.
I have one of those peaceful hammocks. I haven’t used it in ages. I think I will start taking time for a little relaxing in it this weekend.
Have a great weekend.
Awwww, those bleeding hearts are so beautiful and I certainly wish that we have them in the front of our building since it is one of my favorites but the problem is will the deer eat them??? 🙂
Everything I’ve read says that bleeding hearts are fairly deer resistant.
If you can get a shot of one of the boys in that hammock, you could sell it for a bazillion dollars, quit your day job and have more time to enjoy your beautiful flowers. Might be worth a try.
I love the flower shots. Your iris is so blue. I’m in NC and mine are purple. I also have hydrangeas (prbly my favorite). Happy Mother’s day to you and your herd!
Floral photos.. what a nice surprise! Did not realize that you were from Maryland. We lived there for almost 4 years and LOVED IT!
Oh, and we also love hammocks.
You have a hammock!!!! Lucky you!
Beautiful flowers! I love them all and if I could just figure out a way to lay in that hammock and have those donks of yours play with me there … we’ll I’d be in heaven I think =)
Gorgeous iris! And the pansies look so much like violets (with faces, of course!) Sweet.
The last time I tried to get in a hammock I was unceremoniously thrown to the ground. Love your flower pics. The only things blooming here so far are spring bulbs.
These pictures are amazing! I love the bleeding hearts!
I need green, too. And I get far too little time of it. Isn’t COLOR just . . . rejuvenating????
Thanks for the tour. My Mom was from Baltimore, we lived there for a few years back in the 60s. Maybe that is where I picked up my need for green.
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