Hi Everyone ;o) I'm back! LOL ;o) I can put pictures up using Interent Explorer and not Google Chrome? I don't understand?
And, the postal strike is on now! Canada post locked out the employees!
Ok, let's get on to some fun things ;o) My first picture is of my fushia hanging plants. Great for hummingbirds ;o)
The next picture you see, is little purple flowers coming up from the ground. They grow from those red and green leaves and I've seen the stem grow 6" to 8". These plants are called bugleweeds. There are many different types. Very hardy plant and they spread! Also, they bring in the hummingbirds too ;o) And butterflies like them as well ;o) Just to let everyone know, I plant bugleweeds, and clover throughout my lawn ;o) I will take a picture of that sometime. It's fantastic and you can run the lawnmower right over them. It will cut the flowers off, but as I said, bugleweeds spread and so does clover. No more seeding! They take care of themselves and the lawn looks so pretty, purple and green ;o) My neighbours think I'm nuts, but that's ok ;o)
The next picture is of my Gargoyle! I love him. He is my protector of my garden. As he looks through the tall wild grass ;o) Doesn't he have a cute smile ;o)
Oh, the last picture is of me and my green hemp gardening hat! ;o) I love my hat!! LOL ;o) Keep on smiling everyone ;o)
Fuschia are so gorgeous, I didn't even think to get some this year! Your lawn sound very colorful and lush. Did you see Rue's post the other day about gargoyles (on Rue and Hyssop blog). It was full of info, and now I am obsessed with getting at least one. You have a great one! And I love your hat!!ReplyDelete
You look so happy in your yard with all your plants around you! I would love to see your clover filled lawn!ReplyDelete
Well aren't you cute as a button in your smile and hat!! Cute as a crow girl gets !!! Your flowers and gargoyle are nice too!! Thanks for your email!!! I appreciate what you wrote. Us crows have to stick together. Oh and if read the book The Return of Merlin there are some cool crows in there plus most of Charles de Lints books have the Crow Girls in them.ReplyDelete
PS you should use that cute pic for your blog photo so we can always see your smiling crow girl face!!ReplyDelete
The plants and flowers are wonderful Stacy! Your gargoyle is so awesome. Oh and I just love ya in the last picture girly! Excellent smile. :) Thanks for sharing. Hugs.ReplyDelete
all so pretty!! great lawn idea..i may let my husband borrow it!!! love your gargoyle..he looks right at home!!ReplyDelete
and aren't you pretty!!! such a beautiful warm smile!!..and sparkling eyes!!!! thanks for sharing!!
I love your plant pictures and your gargoyle but my favorite is the one of you, little crow girl, you look so pretty and happy in your gardening hat!!!!Hey guess what, I had trouble getting Magaly's button for the witchy campaign onto my site. All I got was a tiny square and no pic. I just thought it was me being dumb but maybe it was Chrome! I sooooooo wanted your little baby witch crow with the frog jumping on it!!!! Hey Donna, what is The Return of Merlin? That book sounds familiar! Toooo da loo!!!ReplyDelete
What gorgeous Fuchsia and Bugleweeds! I'll bet your lawn is amazingly beautiful and lush. What a great idea. I ADORE gargoyles and keep one in my home office. He's my little sweetie. ;-) Your picture is fabulous! You look like a woman living on top of the world and loving every minute of it. Have a wonderful week!ReplyDelete
You are too cute!! Love your gardening hat!! I love looking at your pictures you give me so many ideas for my garden (that needs a great deal of work!!) oh well...I do have a baby butterfly bush that I need to plant =)ReplyDelete
Keep up the good work and thank you for always being kind and checking in with me as well, it is appreciated ♥
Enjoy your Thursday.
Hi Stacy, Welcome back. Yeah the postal strike sucks :(ReplyDelete
Beautiful plants, and what a cute gargoyle.
Beautiful picture of you!
I hope the strike ends soon and everybody ends up with at least most of what they need--it must be the full moon...ReplyDelete
Now to the flowers, the gargoyle and the pic of you. I love the flowers, the gargoyle is cute, but that picture of you wins the 1st prize my friend. You have a smile that invades my heart and I know will stay there. What a beautiful woman in and out!
Hey Robin, you have to get a gargoyle! I love them! I have two more, I will show soon ;o) I love my hat too ;o) Hugs ;o)ReplyDelete
Hey Deborah ;o) I will take pictures of my lawn soon ;o) Hugs ;o)ReplyDelete
Hey Donna ;o) Thanks for the information about the books ;o) Will look into that ;o) Thanks for calling me cute! LOL!ReplyDelete
Donna, big hugs! I will think of using the picture ;o)ReplyDelete
Hey Roxanne ;o) Big Hugs My Friend ;o)ReplyDelete
Your welcome Ann and thank you;o) Have a great day ;o)ReplyDelete
Hey Debbie thanks ;o) I had problems getting the button too. I will look into that with Magaly and get back to you about it. The book Donna was talking about sounds great. I will be getting it. I don't know what it's about? Oh, thanks for calling me little! LOL!ReplyDelete
Hey Mina, I have two gargoyles beside me where I paint ;o) I love them ;o) I try to have a great day everyday Mina ;o) Hugs!ReplyDelete
Hey Taylour, thank-you! I'm glad I can help with your gardening ;o)And, I love your art! I love butterfly bushes too ;o)ReplyDelete
Hugs Pam, thanks so much my friend ;o)ReplyDelete
Magaly thanks so much my friend ;o) BIG HUGS!!!! You made me cry happy tears again!! ;o) Have a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
Magaly, you have a beautiful smile too!!!ReplyDelete
Those fushias look so pretty! I have been busy in the yard too, loan me your hat!! lol What a pretty picture of yourself, great to see you!ReplyDelete
I hope they fix that strike soon, it is terrible!
Look at your happy smiling face! That hat is just too cute. The flowers are just gorgeous - I can see that you love being out in the sun surrounded by these lovelies. Thanks for sharing!!!! And boo for the postal strike...must be fixed soon!!!!ReplyDelete
Stacy... YOU ARE STUNNING!!!! OK I know you are wearing a gardening hat & not dressed up for a night on the town with Brad Pitt, but you are just gorgeous babe :) You have a Million dollar smile that's contagious - like those sweet bugleweeds, the goodness just spreads & next minute, WHAM, that smile takes over & I'm smiling too :)ReplyDelete
Oh I love Gargoyle's I remember (I think) I fell in love with them after seeing an old Donald Sutherland/Julie Christie movie called "Don't Look Now" it may be a bit dated now but SPOOooOKY, anyway, set in Venice, when I got to Venice (Italy not Beach) years later I was blown away by how FEW they had, seemed like I saw more in Scotland LOL anyway, love the little dudes, & look at yours, obviously doing his job in the garden because it's a blooming delight!!!
Hey Martha, thanks so much and thanks for coming by ;o) I know you are busy! Take Care ;o)ReplyDelete
Hey Theresa, thank you ;o) I agree, big boo! LOL!ReplyDelete
Shelle, you are making me blush! LOL ;o) Know any single Australian men??? ;o) I will have to look up that movie, sounds good ;o) I've been to Venice too ;o) Big Hugs My Friend ;o)ReplyDelete
I'm trying to catch up with all the posts I've missed! You have such a sweet smile and every time I visit I am filled with inspiration! Sometimes it is a comment and sometimes a lovely photo! Thank you for sharing your garden! I love that fuscia!ReplyDelete
Hey Debbie ;o) Great to hear from you! I'm happy to inspire you my friend ;o)ReplyDelete
you have such an infectious smile Stacy, it's great to see you smiling at us :-)ReplyDelete
we have such a short season, it's nice to enjoy all our plants. Fuschias are among my fave, but I've yet to see any hummingbirds around them.
have a great day!
Hey Betty, thanks for the complement ;o) Maybe you don't have hummingbirds around where you are living? Very interesting!ReplyDelete