Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Wordless Wednesday

31 comments:

perennialgardener said...

Look how pretty your garden looks and the doves know it too. :)

Darla said...

Is that stuff blooming in your garden now? If so it's charming and the doves look so pretty in there!!

Susie said...

Racquel-I think those little guys were enjoying it.

Darla-No this is from the summer. I wish it did look like this now! hehe! It's just a lovely shade of brown with some leaves thrown in for good measure! lol

beckie said...

Susie, so great to remember how a warm flower filled garden looks. I've been wondering about you and the ice storm. Did it affect you? Take care!

Susie said...

Beckie-No ice for us down here. Hooray for that! Yesterday it was 74 degrees but today temps in 40's and rain. But I'll take this over ice any day. My family in Ar is really suffering from it. No power and broken limbs/trees everywhere.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Susie---Great post on a cold, snowy, icy day in TN.. I needed to see that one today!!! Love your header also.

We went shopping downtown this morning and almost didn't get home. It started snowing and sleeting and the roads got icy. We made it--but had to go very slowly. Yuk!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Susie said...

Well Betsy-girl I'm just glad you made it home safely. I figured you guys would get some of that ice storm. I hope you stay safe and warm. Hope you don't lose power either.

Regarding my header I decided I needed to change it to something looking a little less cold. I'm glad you like it.

Rose said...

Susie, Count me in as another one who appreciates seeing the green grass and flowers in bloom on a cold, snowy day. Glad the ice missed you!

Darla said...

Can hardly wait to see it this summer then. Remember I just started blogging this past August so I have missed so much, catching up pretty quickly though. What type of hibiscus is that in your header.......So lovely!

Milah said...

We had 8-10" of snow dumped on us last night. Scenes like this makes me long for spring.

Lanny said...

So pretty, something to look forward to for sure.

Daisy said...

Susie, that is such a pretty picture. Very peaceful--made me smile. :)

I like the new header and colors here with the pink rickrack and all. Very nice! :D

Mildred said...

Your photo gets me in the mood for Spring. Can you believe Becky's ice storm??? Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog. You've been a supportive blog friend from the very beginning and I do appreciate your friendship and prayers.

Casey said...

Everything is so pretty and green. In Fayetteville, you can stand on top of the grass the ice is so thick. Yesterday I saw some tiny little bird footprints in the snow and it made me think of you. They were so cute.

Susie said...

Rose-Wishing for spring; everytime I walk around in the yard I'm pulling around at the base of my perennials hoping to see a little sign of green.

Darla-I guess I thought you had been blogging longer than that. That hibiscus is a perennial but sorry, I don't remember the cultivar. I just planted it last spring so I am hopeful it will be a lot bigger this year. Would you like some seed when it produces? That won't probably be til summer but I can save some for you.

Milah-8'10" of snow? Oh my goodness I can't imagine that.

Lanny-You got that right girl.

Thanks Daisy I'm glad you liked the picture and my new look.

Mildred-That ice storm was pretty bad. I'm glad they are all safe and their power is restored. As far as my friendship and prayers you are more than welcome. I look forward to seeing when you are back posting again.

Susie said...

Casey-Yes, I'll be glad when it looks like this again. So obviously y'alls power is back on. I'm glad you are safe.

Darla said...

Do I want seeds? Forget who you are chatting with, LOL? Of course if you have some to spare come summer. I just posted a photo of the mystery seeds flower, I think, if not it's very close to what I remember seeing blooming at my Dad's. I grabbed the photo off the internet. Maybe I have some seeds you would like. If not now, I will have at the end of summer, I have seed overload with different plants I am trying this year!! Hope God Blesses my labor!!

Jen said...

Enjoying a spring walk.

Wouldn't that be nice right about now!!

Anna Colleen said...

That pic is very pretty.

Meadowview Thymes said...

Love the picture and I love the wordless Wed idea. I may have to join the fun. Time doesn't allow me to blog as much as I would like! :)

Dorothy said...

Great shot, Susie! What do you have to do to join this?

Kanak Hagjer said...

Great picture, Susie. And the header photo is stunning!

Susie said...

Darla-I will definitely try and put some away for you when it produces.

Jen-I know you would probably love a spring walk right about now. I hope you are okay with all that ice and snow.

Thanks Anna Colleen!

Meadowview-I know what you mean. Right now with me not working I have all the time in the world to blog. But when I return that will slow down.

Dorothy-I don't know that you have to do anything to join. I checked two other bloggers and I didn't see a connection to another blog. So I decided to join in.

Kanak-I am glad you like my new header. Girl am I glad to see you post again. I've been wondering where you were. Glad to know you are okay.

Terri said...

Susie, I pop by your blog every time I need a touch of spring! :)

Susie said...

Terri-Well I'm very hopeful when spring does hit there will be lots of flowers to see.

Mildred said...

Just wanted to thank you for your prayers for Nalley and me. I will keep you posted.

A. Joy said...

No need to dream about Spring over at your place! It looks like it's already arrived! Just a tiny, thin sheet of ice on the dog's buckets of water each morning over here so not too cold. Start planting next month.

Susie said...

Mildred-You don't have to thank me. Isn't that what friends are for?

A.Joy-I wish it looked like that right now. Actually it is quite brown still. Yippee you are so right, planting time is just around the corner!

marmee said...

a romance is blooming in your garden!?

TC said...

Hey there Ms. Susie. I reckon I don't have to tell you that doves mate for life. How do you think they put up with each other for so long? "Long" being relevant in dove years of course.

Susie said...

Hey Marmee-That's fine with me, love those sweet doves.

T.C.-I did know that and find that interesting. Not sure how they put up with each other for so long. There must be some really good dove "marriage counselors" out there! hehe!