Thursday, May 6, 2010


The storm clouds are moving in and I need to get out and cut the grass before it rains....I don't think it has even been a week since it's last cutting! Thank heavens we have a postage size yard, but it still takes me about half an!

I went out to check my new rose...Baby Blue Rose..Above..and decided to take a few pictures...Spring posies do not last that long and you better enjoy them and soak in their beauty while the moment lasts.....I thought I would share some of natures finest....anything to keep away from that lawn mower...hahaha!

The lovely lilacs do not have the thick clumps of flowers they usually have, but they are as fragrant and pretty as always....Lilac is one of my favorite colors and these are beautiful! I wish they could bloom all summer!!

Bleeding Hearts, Violets And Lily Of The Valley

Sweet Violets and A Yard Ornament I Gifted Myself With A Few Years Ago

And, while we are talking is my beautiful granddaughter, Michelle, last week for her senior prom...she is our youngest in Texas....

Michelle and James 2010

Well...No more dilly-dallying....out to that grass!
Enjoy The Day!


PeggyR said...

I think in Spring and Fall the grass needs cutting every 4 days because it grows so fast! Love your flowers and your daughter is gorgeous!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Jil,
Your roses and other posies are simply scrumptious! You have a beautiful granddaughter and her gown is very pretty! They are a sharp looking couple. Hope you're having a lovely week.


Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hi Jil,

Your flowers are so pretty! Your grandaughter is gorgeous! Love her hair!! Have a wonderful Mother's Day!


PeggyR said...

The doll is a Marie Osmond Doll. I don't know if I own a Madame Alexander doll! The front isn't done yet, we have high wind advisories out until 6:0pm..