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Oh how the months speed by…
The latest from Our Little House in the Big Woods
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What a very nice view of home and garden and heart.
Your photos are so rich of thought and emotion and spirit – and humour… I can still hear your ‘voice’ coming through them. Happiness and serenity. Thank you, Kathy.
WOW – this is the stuff that Better Homes & Gardens is filled with — one of my favorite magazines. I always enjoy looking at their photos. But this is the REAL deal. Not done up for an “event” — waiting for a camera crew. I love it!
just love the gardens !
What a pretty place! I was going to post something silly, that there were rumors when I was a teenager that morning glory seeds get you high, but the flowers and porch and gardens were so pretty that it no longer seemed appropriate. Thanks for the tiny window into your glorious life!
What a lovely garden captured by great pictures!
Lovely garden. The flowers are so pretty! *I am sitting on that couch waving out a ‘Hi’ to you and Jan* 🙂
the red flowers are fuschia “Gartenmeister Bonstedt”. I have some myself! I am surprised they are perennials in your area. The garden is lovely!
Love your photos. Thanks for sharing.
Lovely gardens…..deer will eat anything. I’ve ceased to think of them as miracles, but they are still pretty cute.
This is a lovely place! I can’t even imagine being able to pet a deer. Deer rarely show themselves in yards around here.
Beautiful! Jan’s gardens are so much better-behaved than mine. I suspect that reflects the amount of time spent on them. I’m being very lazy this ytear.
Beautiful. All of it. 🙂
I planted morning glory seeds in Denver last year, and they became a jungle that could have fed a whole herd of deer (in fact, I would have welcomed the deer!). I have that pink tubular flower in a container in Breckenridge – I think it’s a trumpet hibiscus.
Jan has a beautiful garden! It’s easy to see how much she attention she gives her flowers…they all look well loved. Your pictures are simply gorgeous, no words are necessary.
I’s so nice seeing all these flowers when everything is dead here (the grass is nice and crunchy!)