August 20, 2009

You can never have too many flowers


I think this came from the wildflower mix I sprinkled near my garden this past spring. I'm not sure just what kind it is but I love it. It's so delicate and sweet.

Does anyone know what kind it is? Julia? Anyone? :0)

This my entry for this week.


August 15, 2009

Surveying the Scene

Kids are just the best people on earth! Right? Right!

July 31, 2009

More Flower Fun!

July 19, 2009

Shiny, Happy Bees...

I was so excited to see that the honeybees have spied my sunflowers!

I just stood there and watched them work their magic.

I really like this one of the little bee coming in for a landing.

I am definitely going to plant more sunflowers next year! The bees need all of the help they can get!

July 18, 2009

Another pretty flower photo

I am sending this over to Today's Flowers. Go check out all of the beautiful flowers over there!

We planted these bulbs...Ya know, I can't remember when. Anyway, I just noticed this one had popped out today. Isn't it cool! I can't remember what it is either.

July 17, 2009


Summer wouldn't be complete without these!

July 13, 2009

my zinnias are blooming! -Today's Flower Post

I am sending my zinnias over to Today's Flowers. Go check out this blog, it is so gorgeous!

I took a little walk through the garden today and discovered that my zinnias are blooming! I have never grown zinnias, in fact, I really didn't even known what a zinnia looked like until this summer. I have quickly fallen in love with these sweet flowers. Daisies are my number one but I have to say these are running a close second.

My zinnia seeds were a lovely surprise gift from Molly the Pirate. She tucked them in with an order I placed for some of the beautiful earrings that she makes for her Etsy shop.

I am intrigued by these flowers. They are so interesting. Each one is unique and the detail in the center is amazing!

Thanks again Molly for your thoughtful gift! :0)

July 9, 2009

Banana Peppers

I am growing several different types of peppers in my garden this year. This one is a banana pepper. I think it's so pretty.

July 4, 2009

summer daisy

This week's theme is Pink. It's funny, some of the daisies are pink and some are white on these plants.

June 30, 2009

Ant Condo

For some reason the ants in my garden have taken up residence inside of this zucchini flower. -Just this one! They aren't in any of the others. Why? Maybe they have controlled rent in this place. Maybe their Grasshopper Landlord gave them a good deal.

June 29, 2009

bowl of fresh peas

June 28, 2009

watering my garden

June 25, 2009

Cupcakes Galore!

June 22, 2009

I Heart Faces Entry Week 24 - Let's Hear It For The Boys

This week's I Heart Faces Theme is Let's Hear It For The Boys in honor of Father's Day.

I just love this photos of my son hugging his dog, Mudge. This was on a trip home from visiting my dad for his 60th birthday. I think he has the sweetest look on his face.

June 21, 2009

June 13, 2009

June 10, 2009

My Nasturtiums

June 7, 2009

Blue Bug

I found this guy while I was weeding my garden today. I've never seen a bug like this before!

June 6, 2009

Sweet Little Ladybug

My daughter noticed this little lady was resting up after a long day of eating aphids off of my roses. I had to grab my camera and snap her picture!

June 5, 2009

Nasturtium in the Rain

I noticed that my very first Nasturtium is about to bloom! The flower didn't come out very clear but I love the drops of water.

June 4, 2009

I See The Moon

I see the moon and the moon sees me...

June 3, 2009

The Accidental Carrot and a Few Other Garden Photos

While I was planting my garden I accidentally spilled my carrot seeds. This one is growing under my sunflower.

I bought the wrong kind of peas. I thought that I got bush peas. Now, I need to build something for them to climb.

My sunflowers are going crazy!

So are my roses!

Don't these flowers remind you of a Spanish Dancer's Skirt?

My husband transplanted this Lily. We didn't think it would survive.

My husband said he liked the shape of this one.

And look, I have a strawberry! Now I just hope I can just keep those pesky slugs away!