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Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Wordless Wednesday



24 comments:

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

Diane, what a beautiful garden, I'm envious!

Jo-Anne's Rambling said...

I do love your garden it is so beautiful......

Sush said...

As always your garden never disappoints! Lovely...
Hugs~

Elizabeth Hernandez said...

Diane I love your garden I could come a sit there all day into the evening. I think I would start with the sunrise and keep going. Beautiful!
Blessings

orchid said...

Dearest Diane,
Oh, your garden looks SO beautiful and cozy (hope this word is for the garden as well, hehe)
And reminds me that I DO have a big weeding job p;)
Lots of Love and Hugs to you, xoxo Miyako*

Becky said...

Your garden looks beautiful x

Claudia Moser said...

Beautiful Diane!

Shady Del Knight said...

Hallo, dear Thisisme! How's that car running? It's great to see your garden coming alive again for the year. I hope your weather winning streak is continuing and that you've made some trips to the beach with Alfred.

Dear friend, thank you for coming through for me today over on my site. I am already misty eyed over the wonderful comments that are pouring in for our special birthday girl. You are just the greatest and I thank you again for being there for me and for Margaret. God bless!

Daydream Living said...

if this is today enjoy the rays of sunshine, we have rainy days,
Maureen xx

colenic said...

This is fabulous..I love these pictures!! Looks like a fabulous place for a cup of tea and a book!!

Eva Ason said...

Hi Diane, beautiful garden :-) I am taking a quick peek while at work [tehee] You're doing a great job keeping your garden neat. Lovely pictures today. I will have my own little patio outside my apartment. One good thing about living on the ground floor :)
Have a lovely day!
Big hugs
Eva

Linda O'Connell said...

Ahh, spring int he garden. Lovely.

Darlene said...

Beautiful garden, Diane. I love to watch the transformations from the seasons.

SkippyMom said...

[Boo for the sidebar. I can't see the whole pictures. heehee]

The pics are so lovely. I am sure they just don't do your garden same as if you are actually there, but I'll take it. Thank you so much.

I love, love, love your garden and it just gets prettier and prettier as the season progresses. I am with Elizabeth I could sit there all day, beginning with the sunrise and onto in the evening.
If there is place to heal a soul, your garden is it. You are a lucky lady. :)

SkippyMom said...

PS. DUH! I fixed being able to see it by clicking on the picture. NEAT! [I don't know why I didn't think of that first. ::shaking head::]

Odie Langley said...

Very lovely my dear friend. You do good work.

LindaK said...

Lovely - how wonderful to sit out there on a sunny afternoon or a warm evening! Just popping over from the A-Z :-) LindaK

Olive Cooper said...

Lovely Diane. We have rain and I am thrilled with it.

becca said...

what a beautiful garden

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

A garden ready to burst into her spring colours.

Chatty Crone said...

Heavenly.

(One word for it - sandie)

Susan said...

Hi Pretty Lady! Your gardens are wonderful...you have spent a lot of time and care, and the design is so elegant.

I bet your getting excited about the Olympics. We watch them pretty faithfully each time...maybe we'll see you there! LOL! Hugs to you, have a beautiful week!

Life 101 said...

Nice.

Retired English Teacher said...

My new program on my Mac is making me crazy. I keep losing what I am doing. If you get two comments, I'm sorry I repeated myself!

Love your garden. It has so much interest. You have done a wonderful job.