Lovely picture, Meggie xxx
Hello Emma...glad you like it...
Embrace all flowers in your garden.. All best wishes..
Hello Beck...thank you, I love to watch each week as all the flowers start blooming.
As you may know...I love flowers. They bring back as many memories with my mother and grandmother as baking does. Wildflowers are probably my favorite because Mother Nature controls them. Amazing photography! XOXO
Hi Susan....you have a beautiful blog with so many wonderful recipes. Thanks for your comment.
The Indian Paintbrushes are brilliant this year. Nice message, Meggie.
Hello Janet...Thanks for understanding my message.
Beautiful photo - lovely message. x
Hi Elaine...when I saw the single Indian Paint Brush flower in the middle of a huge pasture of bluebonnets, is when I came of the idea of personal uniqueness.
Beautiful photo! I just read your last post, I'm behind in my reading of posts since last week. The Mockingbird is one of my favorites. We had one while I was growing up on the farm that loved to sit atop the transformer pole by our house and sing his little heart out. Every now and then, he'd jump up and do a somersault in the air and land back on top of the pole and sing some more. He was fun to watch!
Hi Cheryl....I have one that sits at the top of the windmill and sings. They must seek out the highest point they can find. I've not seen any somersault, but they do dive!
We don't have mockingbirds in Minnesota but we have Catbirds who are related. In the spring when they return from down south, the have a repertoire of bird songs they picked up over the winter.I can't believe that Elaine commented! Her brother, Ian posted on his blog Owl Wood about the ordeal of setting up the Poly Tunnel.
Hi...and welcome to my blog. I have been reading your comments on Elaine's blog for awhile. After your comment, I went over to the Owl Wood blog and read the post about the poly tunnel....I couldn't stop laughing as he told the story. Apparently, they have their hands full with this installation.