That is really beautiful.
It's always lovely when the dogwood blooms! I wish we had planted more than one!
A good deal prettier than my view.
I don't believe that...you have all that lovely English charm! :)
beautiful...our dogwood is in full bloom...it is a white dogwood....was just admiring it yesterday...hey, i am alive. smiles.and i met tavin yesterday....smiles....was so cool....
OK..thanks for letting me know. Cuz if something was wrong, your sis should know! :)You are so lucky....I've been gushing over all the photos Chrystal posted. So very happy for them!
A nice setting and view from your studio. So that is where you get your inspiration for your posts!Is that a river or lake in the backround?Does your pink dogwood need pruning every year? Mine does but it looks a different variety to your's - must get out the gardening book.
My posts are written from my kitchen desk (page all the way down) and the view is that bird feeder I'm always photographing!My studio is in the front of the house and that is our street, not a river....although that would be really fun! It would be like Venice and we could trade the Jeep in for a gondola! haha.I don't think we've ever pruned our dogwood!
What a lovely morning view! xx
It was dark and rainy, but still beautiful!
Lovely....I am currently wanting one of these to replace our weeping cherry tree.
I've always wanted a weeping cherry! Our neighbors have one...so beautiful! Should we trade? ha.
That's quite some view you've got there, Betsy. Should be mine too, come to think of it :)
Why yes, it should, if you look out the right window! ;)
This is so beautiful for me this is spring! :)
Yes, spring is all about the blooming trees! My favorite part!
yes lovely and not hot!Im using sweaters ! Is cold today lol
Do you and your teapot have matching sweaters? haha.
Now THAT would be funny! I want a pic of that Gloria!
haha...have you seen her cute little teapots with sweaters? They are cute!
Yes, I have. They are sweet - but matching sweaters would be a hoot! Do I sound ancient using that word? Ha!
Yes ladies me and my little teapots are using sweaters lol
Hi Girls! Just stopped by to say a big Hello to you and also to you Linda!Not often I can catch you all together!So - where are all those emails?? Come on!! LOL
I guess the girls are quiet today! :)
Could that be any prettier? I don't think so. Love the metal trellis, is it? Adds an interesting dimension to the photo. I would get lost in this view and not get any work done!
Yep, it's a common problem here lately....staring out windows and taking photos. haha.Yes, it's a trellis tower. All the green is a clematis that hasn't bloomed yet. It has buds, though!
It's beautiful. I love seeing wrought iron in the garden. I am not big on most garden doodads, but I do love wrought iron. And the shape of this is perfect.
Love dogwood! You are definitely weeks ahead of us. Nothing here looks close to blooming.
It's amazing what a few hours south will do, isn't it? My southern blog friends had blooms in February!
I have always wanted a flowering dogwood, Betsy...Perhaps this will be the year.....Just beautiful!Cheers!Linda :o)
I'm thinking that would be a lovely gift for you!Maybe Mother's Day? Is yours the same date as ours?
Yes...it is those darn Brits that celebrate earlier...May 11 right?My kids have already told me what they have planned for me♥️
Sorry to but in . . . . but you have got the date wrong!Just like you drive on the wrong side of the road!! LOLAnd your menfolk don't practice archery on Sunday afternoons!
Archery? And all this time I thought it was polo! haha. No, our men practice the fine art of napping on Sunday afternoons!
I said that because on the staute book it is STILL the law for all males over 16 to practice archery on Sunday afternoons!"It couldn't be anywhere else but in Britland could it? lolPolo is played only by the asisticracy. Prince Charles used to play it and kept falling off his horse - so he eventually married one called Camilla! ROFL
Snickering about Charles. Yes, he did give up a pretty filly for an old stag now, didn't he? ha.
Yes and I am helping S garden at Newton St Loe tomorrow and he owns the entire village including the garden we work at! And on Monday it is a bank holiday here and the entire village has an open day and several of us are attending.He might be there!! LOLI was wondering what to do with those eggs in the fridge!! LOLMy typos are awful - you obviously gathered the word should have been 'aristocracy'
Yes, I'm very prolific at reading typo-ese. ha.
So pretty. We are still waiting for leaves and greenery here although the grass is looking good.I can't wait for the warm weather to move in. Watching children play while standing in the cold is really not my idea of a good time. Too bad I can't send them out alone.
You're good. I'd have them playing inside. haha.
Sometimes I cheat and stand by the window inside and hope they stay on the swing set.
That sounds more my speed. ha.
Much nicer than snowThere at your showAnd yep, yapped more at my placeI guess you just don't want to fill up that space
A picture is worth a thousand words, you know.But I can't post them at your show.So mouthy I will bewhen visiting your sea. :)
haha 1000 words at my seaYou'd sure show R up and make him flee
And Hank better be glad he's up earlyor I'd make his record all squirrely. ha.
Now even sending people to my shoreAlthough she doesn't have a blog to explore haha
Sending who?I sent nobody to you!I wouldn't do that to my worst enemy!That would change their whole destiny!hahaha....
'Twas I who choseTo fly like the crowsAnd visit Pat HattAt his Eastern mat.
About time I made visit to young PatAnd see what he's doing, that Mr HattIf Suza can fly there like the crowsThen I guess I can follow wherever she goes.Hey this is such a lot of funA poets' corner we've begunWe all speak in rhymeEvery moment of the time.All we need is one eyed GloriaIf she brings Spanish 'Thesauria'And also Linda, a lovely blondeFrom Canada near a large pond!
Oh my - what a gorgeous view!
Isn't that pretty? I think I'll keep the blinds up more often!
Oh, what a beautiful view! Spring is definitely arriving!
It sure has! In all it's glory...and allergies. hahaha....
looks like a perfect canvas..beautiful!!!!!
Lovely, isn't it? And I usually have the blinds closed there!
One of my favorites!
Mine, too! I need a white one, I think! :)
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!