Friday, June 10, 2011

What's blooming in my garden now

Part 3 - photos of my garden for a very good friend. Also, my Today's Flowers entry.
As I mentioned earlier (part 1), these are all posted on my Facebook but am posting them here too for my blogger friends and friends who do not have FB account. Enjoy!

Snowball bush also called Gelder Rose bush

Rhododendron bud-after almost 3 years of waiting, I finally see what color my Rhody is...deer used to eat all the buds before I had a chance to protect them.

Rhododendron flowers

Lemon Day Lily

Old fashioned rose, also produce hips that are rich with calcium, so i heard.



Seven sisters rose

Part 2 of what's blooming in my garden

A request from a very good of my Peonies and also my entry to Today's Flowers. Please click HERE to visit more gardens all over the world.

What's blooming in my garden now

I posted my Iris collections on facebook but I'm posting it here too for my friends who do not have a facebook account.
This is Part 1 of sharing my garden blooms...hope you like them as much as I do.
This is also my Today's Flowers entry.

Friday, May 13, 2011

It's a Wrap!

As I mentioned on Facebook...I received the greatest Mother's Day gift when our daughter received her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree last May 8, 2011.
We are so blessed! Congratulations my dear, we are so proud of you!!!

Pinning and hooding only for DPT graduates.

Congratulations on your achievements, my dear daughter...wishing you all the best in the future! ♥ ♥ ♥

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Saturday, February 12, 2011

We have company ...

I came home from work yesterday and here are eight deer foraging for food in our backyard! ...feeling sorry for them in a way... ground is covered with snow.

There are actually eight of is hard to spot.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Flat Stanley

My granddaughter from Las Vegas sent me a letter with Flat Stanley in it. For those who are not familiar, there is a book named Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown. In the book a boy named Stanley is flattened by a bulletin board. His parents decided to fold him up and send him to California. My granddaughter's class thought it would be cool to send their own Flat Stanleys just to see where he can go and what he can see.
So, on Flat Stanleys' first day here in New York, I made him a hearty breakfast as you can see below. :-)

I took him with to work, and shadowed me all day. He was tickled pink too when I introduced him to our Director. Then I showed him around... here he is in our mailroom helping sort mails. I also showed him our library, our credit union and the rest of our building.

Here he is with his buddy, Guy, an outdoor cat...whoaa, it's windy! and cold! brrrrr!

He attended a church dinner, went with us when we brought our son back to college, went shopping and even helped shovel snow. He went back home to Las Vegas yesterday in a much bigger envelope...what with a lot of pictures with him and wonderful memories about our town. Thanks Flat Stanley for giving us the opportunity to get to know you! We enjoyed your stay with us and hope you'll come and visit us again. We ♥ ♥ ♥ and miss you!