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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

A Little Sunshine

Hi Dear Friends,

Life has been extremely hectic here lately and I just haven't been up to posting anything.  I finally took the pictures of the goodies I purchased at the large garage sale and hope to have them posted before long, I'm slowly working on it.

I miss visiting everyone's blogs and hope to get back to doing that shortly.  Although I haven't been blogging that long, I miss everyone of you and hope you're doing well.

So in the mean time, I thought I would send a little sunshine your way.  I picked these flowers out of my gardens and placed them in various places around the house.  They brighten everything up and they smell so good!  Enjoy!




Until next time...

Kelly

13 comments:

  1. Those flowers must really brighten up your home in all their beauty, Kelly.
    Seeing your basket in the first photo reminds me that I need to get mine out and hang it up. I try and wait until I plant all my window boxes, otherwise it looks lonely.
    We have really been getting quite the moisture in all sorts of ways, from snow to hail to rain with just a touch of sun. Things are turning green fast with all that moisture though.
    Randy and I have been working on the creek clearing out all the dead pussy willows, boy does it ever look wonderful. Really opened it up.
    nice to see a post from you. We will be here when life slows down for you, so no worries.
    I'll get an e mail off to you tomorrow. :-)
    Love and hugs~~

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  2. Those flowers must really brighten up your home in all their beauty, Kelly.
    Seeing your basket in the first photo reminds me that I need to get mine out and hang it up. I try and wait until I plant all my window boxes, otherwise it looks lonely.
    We have really been getting quite the moisture in all sorts of ways, from snow to hail to rain with just a touch of sun. Things are turning green fast with all that moisture though.
    Randy and I have been working on the creek clearing out all the dead pussy willows, boy does it ever look wonderful. Really opened it up.
    nice to see a post from you. We will be here when life slows down for you, so no worries.
    I'll get an e mail off to you tomorrow. :-)
    Love and hugs~~

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  3. Your bouquets are lovely :) It is just a very busy time of year. So many things that need being done and not a lot of time to play. Have a lovely day . . . and enjoy :)

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  4. Morning Kelly, I love the basket with your Dafodils, so pretty. The jugs are just as pretty, always nice to put out ones own flowers from the gardens.Blessings Francine.

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  5. Always wonderful when we can bring in fresh flowers from our own garden to brighten the inside of our home also!! Sorry things have been so hectic for you, hopefully they will calm down soon and you will be able to find time to do some fun things!

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  6. Very very pretty!!!!
    Happy Springtime ;0)
    Earlene

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  7. Beautiful flowers! I hope that life gets back into balance for you before too much longer.

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  8. Lovely flowers Kelly. Blogging does take a side-seat to other activities. Sometimes it seems like I have time everyday, and then all of a sudden I realize I haven't had time in a week to visit my online friends. They are such a forgiving group, because they understand. As long as most of our time is balanced and we get in the things we love, then we'll be okay.
    Have a great rest of your week! Oh, and I recently posted some pictures of a few lovely spring flowers too!

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  9. Thank you for sharing these pretty flowers, Kelly. They certainly brightened up my day!

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  10. Love the flowers and the cute little basket! Enjoy the rest of your week :)

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  11. The flowers are so pretty, and I love how you use various containers to put them in. Thanks for sharing with us! God bless you.

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  12. A May Day Basket and wonderful blooms displayed in your collection of crocks and vases.

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  13. Kelly, I so understand your lack of time for blogging.. Me too, we have been in the process of selling our house [it is sold now] and fixing up an old house ..we have now moved in..whew...it was a jog..I too, hope to get to blogging again soon..

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