Good Morning! Getting an early start… there’s so much to fit in today, some of the usual holiday activities… and some not so traditional like catching my son’s very first 8k Turkey Trot this morning; I do love when a new tradition starts. Then there’s some cooking, the family gathering, and of course the big finish, the turkey dinner. It’s quiet now, a good time to reflect on all that I am thankful for… which is so very much! I truly am blessed for everything and everyone in my life.
Wishing you & yours a
Until next time,
Good Morning! I’m thinking I should start calling this blog Saturday Mornings with Mer (the nickname my the in-law family bestowed upon me =) Even then, maybe I should preference that to Monthly … Flashback a few months: I had all these plans for growing this blog, well, at least I thought I did. Present day: I now know having no strategy, for me, is my best strategy! I can’t force more hours into a day to do all the things I want any more than I can force my creative process…
So here it is, Saturday morning, everyone still asleep, the sun just coming up (a lovely site after the week of rainy days we have had here), enjoying that first cup of coffee in my favorite mug (not the steel bubba I usually haul to work with me every day, although if you’re looking to keep your drink hot or cold for hours on end, it does the job…and then some!). The best part, sitting here telling about it … sharing…for no real good reason other than I can.
Aren’t the colors of summer fantastic?!? Our garden is exploding with color … at least what the little bunnies haven’t eaten. Welcome to my Garden!
This rose is the newest edition to our garden, a Grandiflora, Cherry Parfait. Isn’t she a beaut!
Rain & Flowers = ♥♥♥
The azaela blooms have come and gone, but always put on such an impressive show!
Those bad, bad little bunnies. I’m glad I got the shot when I did… nothing left but stems 😦 now.
That’s it for today, folks, back out to the garden, like I said, It’s a B-E-A-utiful Morning! and the hydrangeas are feeling a little blue 😉 that I’ve been neglecting them. Then I’m off to a local hosta and lily nursery. Can’t wait to see what colors I can add to my garden.
Til Next Time,
Maria MER 😉
Whew… made it. Happy Friday! I really wanted to make sure to get my KK Texture Tuesday and 2B link ups in before the week was out (one of those weekly resolutions I set for myself). I know, technically, I still have a day left in the week; but when the weekend hits, finding a moment can be an even bigger challenge.
So I hear spring started this week… not in my neighborhood. It’s still cold, windy, and I even saw a few snowflakes today. Well, I’m not waiting anymore.
I love that if I feel it (the warmth). . . if I dream it (the sun). . . I can create it! I can wiggle my nose too 😉 Of course, a little Kim magic doesn’t hurt either.
The process: A lesson on text & paths from Kim over at 2B this week.
Texture: KK Sophia.
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL FALL WE ARE HAVING
I thought for sure I was going to miss capturing this beautiful early spring rushing from here to there and usually forgetting to bring my camera along (hmm, I’m thinking it’s time for an iPhone). Well, lucky for me, the nice warm days continue and I really didn’t have to look much further than my own neighborhood to find that spring has sprung!
So this week over at Beyond Layers it is all about COLOR. The timing couldn’t be more perfect as everything turns from winter’s ho-hum grays and browns to springs bursts of greens, yellows, pinks . . . and you’ll have to wait as the week goes on for the rest of the colors 😉
Stay tuned, there’s plenty more color to come 🙂