Total Pageviews

Wednesday 30 March 2011

Wordless Wednesday!


Sandra said...

Ok, I need to borrow that sign! :) Actually, I woudlnt' even need it for my kids. It'd need it for the friends of my kids.

Bethe77 said...

Love the beautiful pansies.
I will be planting if weather premits this weekend. Yea!

SkippyMom said...


Now scoot your behind over to my home and tell me what to do with that dang basket.

If anyone knows, it is you.

I want that sign. And the pansies. Sigh.

It is so cold here, still...and it is supposed to snow tomorrow. In MARCH - unheard of ....

Pansies. Yes, pansies.

Gawgus things... said...

How true!!

Southhamsdarling said...

Sandra - LOL! So true. I've been there.

Bethe77 - Hope you get your planting done!

SkippyMom - What's up with the weather?! It seems to be all over. Last week, we had bright sunshine and it actually warmed up. This week :( rain, and turned really chilly again :(

Gawgus things -what are you saying??!

Belle said...

I remember when my granddaughter Cherish went around the neighborhood picking people's flowers for her mom. I think flowers should beware of children!

Claudia Moser said...

The colours are simply amazing!

PencilGirl said...

:D :D That one picture told an entire story.. :) :) Wordless Wednesday indeed! :D

flowers on my table said...

Hee hee, that's a bit naughty, but I love it! Thankyou so much for your very lovely comments, love Linda x

Unknown said...

I like Belle's comment, that the sign is actually a message from the flowers, not from a family who's children are so wild as to require a warning label. I actually know someone who could use that sign! I need one that says Beware of the Teenager. This post was a good way to start my day. Also, thank you for the support and love you share every day:)

Shady Del Knight said...

Daisy loves pansies! (LOL) I am not ashamed to admit my love for flowers, Thisisme. Some of my earliest boyhood memories revolve around exploring meadows filled with various kinds. If rain has returned to Devonshire then your weather matches mine because we are in the midst of a week of disturbed weather. What's disappointing to you is very welcome for us because we need to ease the annual spring drought. Have a marvy day, Thisisme!

Rebecca said...

ohmy gosh love this that sign is too adorable and most likely true in some houses. definitely made me smile

Unknown said...

Beautiful flowers and a so cute sign to make our day.

Desiree said...

Some children! What are they? Little green monsters? Or is the sign intended as a warning to shortsighted old grumpies, to not step on them while they're innocently playing in the garden? Or are the pansies an old lady's surrogate children now she's in her dotage?

The pansies are gorgeous! I'll focus on them instead of trying to work out what the sign is wanting to say :)


Des xoxo

Chatty Crone said...

Beware of children - no matter how old they are! lol

Love the pansies.

Anna said...

Beautiful flowers! That sign is too funny!

Southhamsdarling said...

Belle - that's so funny!. One of my daughters used to do the same thing. Definitely flowers should beware of the children!

Claudia - yes, I love those colours!

PencilGirl - Glad you liked the photo!

flowers on my table - I thought the sign was quite funny.

kneesandpaws - yes, I thought Belle's comment was pretty good too!

Daisy (oops! Sorry, I meant Shady!) - I think that's really nice that you love flowers, and what a wonderful boyhood memory for you to have.

Becca - glad you liked the sign!

Odie - thank you my friend.

Desiree - as always, your comment is much better than the actual post. LOL! It did make me smile today.

Southhamsdarling said...

Chatty Crone - quite!

Anna - Yes, I adore pansies, and the sign is quite cute, isn't it?!

Pandora Poikilas - how lovely of you to visit my Blog. Thank you, and thank you for being a follower.

LindyLouMac said...

Welcome to Wordless Wednesday, you could also link to Outdoor Wednesday with this one. I love the way you have hung the two baskets close together and the added interest of the sign brilliant!

Southhamsdarling said...

LindyLouMac in Italy - thank you! I have done quite a few Wordless Wednesdays in the past - it's a nice easy post for a Wednesday!

Carol E Wyer said...

That is really, really funny. I could do with a sign for the front door that says 'Beware ferocious Hubby'.
Excellent photograph for Wordless Wednesday.

Southhamsdarling said... - Love it! Get a sign made for his twin down here in Devon whilst you're at it!!!!

Suzanne said...

Cute sign and pretty flowers! Mums the word!

Auntie sezzzzzz... said...

Dear One, you asked about my Blogger Followers Button... No I don't have my 'Follow' button hidden. I don't have one, for Blogger.

I use Google Reader to see new posts, on all the blogs I love. And do not "do" the Google Reader Follower thing, on my own blog. [But did do yours, since you use it]

See, I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings. I don't have a Blog List [like the Blogger one] on my blog Sidebar, because everyone can see what blogs I am following.

Now that's fine! Most of the time! But now and then, I stop following a blog, for whatever reason. [I lost interest, or they stopped coming to me, or I HAD to cut back on the blogs I read/comment in, or whatever...]

And when I remove a blog... From where everyone can see... Feelings can be hurt...

I know this.

But I wonder if people who have any kind of a "Favorite Blogs I Follow List" showing, think of that?

Plus, somehow Blogger shows me that I have 91 Blogger Followers. But I do not get any where near 90 Comments on my blog, daily. So, it goes to show, a lot of people probably clicked on, to Follow my blog, with Blogger Follower... And... Do NOT visit me, any more. :-) -chuckle-

So it's kind of funny. How much does that 91 Blogger Followers thing I see, mean, really????

You asked. I told you. Now I must find out how to put a "you-can-follow-me-at-Google-Reader-button" on my blog! :-)

Gentle hugs...