Sunday, October 21, 2007

It's the little things that make the garden.

Sunday is such a lovely day, it is a time to give thanks for blessings and a time to reflect on the moments that you will always treasure from the week gone bye.
I love the little things that make our garden "our special spot' on this wonderful earth and today as the sun shines and the weather warms up to a hot spring day I find it the perfect spot to reflect on our blessings.
Now I will share with my dear blogger friends some little "bits" of our garden space just outside the back door..

May you all enjoy your Sunday as we are this very moment and may your day be bright and full of joy!
Now I can have some happy visits with you all.
best wishes from Sunny Australia


Rowan said...

It's lovely to see the sunshine and all the beautiful spring flowers as we slip further into the chilly days of autumn over here. Enjoy your weekend.

Miss Eagle said...

Beautiful and charming. I'm digging up a quarter of the backyard for a vege garden at the moment. Hope I can make it look like something too.

Blessings and bliss

Meow (aka Connie) said...

I love seeing the lovely gardens so many bloggers have. I'm not hugely into garden (read ... I hate it !!), and my garden shows this !!
Anyway, as I said, I love seeing lovely gardens, and yours certainly is that.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a great week.
Take care, MEow

Penless Thoughts said...

As we begin the wind down of summer with fall it was nice to view your lovely spring blossoms. I love your little whimsical garden items. So cute!!

Luna said...

Oh so beautiful the flowers. Wonderful, you have spring there. Here is fall, but it is cold like winter 50°f and at night 36°f.
The leaves are yellow and red here.
I would like to visit your blog during the wintertime to see your nice flowers :-)
Have a wonderful weekend !!!

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

Le-ann, what beautiful flowers you have in your garden!! Still hard for me to believe that you are in your Spring and we are in Fall here. It is still hot here in the South East USA and will stay that way for a bit longer!!
We have rain coming so i expect the weather might change.
I am tired from all of the blogging babes that came here this past week but we did have a great time...Sandy

Anita said...

Dear Lee-Ann!

I very much enjoyed looking at your spring garden pictures! A tulip, how wonderful! We here in Germany are now in the middle of autumn and I still have quite a lot of work to do in the garden before the winter comes.

Have a wonderful spring and enjoy your garden!

Best wishes, Anita

Alice said...

Lovely, bright, cheerful spots of colour everywhere, Lee-ann. Little surprises to cheer your day.

Are your renovations finished, Lee-ann?

Raggedy said...

Gorgeous pictures!
Have a wonderful day!
(=':'=) hugs
(")_ (")Š from
the Cool Raggedy one

Anonymous said...

Well you have a little piece of heaven right there. Gorgeous flowers and I bet you get a breeze scented of precious flowers.

Take care,

Melli said...

Looks like your little garden is in full bloom! Gorgeous too! I love the wimsical little garden pets and people!

Susie said...

Your garden is delightful Lee Ann.
Ours is finishing up for fall and you have the lovely spring flowers.

Jeanette said...

Hi Lee ann, OOhh your garden is beautiful and so full of colour. we had a hot Sunday 37c and Monday was was 26c, but still not a drop of rain our way,,Take care. Jen

Puss-in-Boots said...

Yes, aren't the flower lovely at the moment, Lee-ann. Your garden must be lovely at the moment.


AnnieElf said...

Ah lee-Ann. You MUST come to my house and save my garden from me!!

Lark said...

Your garden is looking beautiful! Have you been getting some rain in Kyneton? Yesterday was Jacob's 6th birthday and here in Daylesford we had beautiful sunshine, and today there is rain. Glorious!
Allison x

Gina E. said...

Beautiful pictures of beautiful flowers! Hope you and Rob are both well at this time. Ken did another barbie last night when we had Helen's hubby Ray around for tea. It didn't turn out as nice as the time you two were here. Poor Ray got burnt offerings...but he and Ken seemed to enjoy it..urk.
I stuck to the salad.

Barb @ A Chelsea Morning said...

How sweet your garden spots are, Lee-ann. I especially love that little cow. So cute. And all your flowers are lovely. It's hard to believe it's blooming season where you are when winter is just around the corner here. All my pretty flowers have been gone for weeks now.

Shop girl said...

Fall is here in Idaho...the tree's are golden and red. I still have a few flowers that bloom in the fall, but even they are falling to sleep.
I enjoyed your wonderful garden and the little touch of fun along the way. ME

Mountain Mama said...

The flowers are gorgeous. I wish it was spring here, but it is cold and we have been getting frosty mornings. All my flowers are gone except a few English Violets. Oh they smell just wonderful.

Mountain Mama said...

The flowers are gorgeous. I wish it was spring here, but it is cold and we have been getting frosty mornings. All my flowers are gone except a few English Violets. Oh they smell just wonderful.

Annie said...

Hi from Pennsylvania! I just found your blog from a link at Hidden Haven Homestead, Very lovely garden you have, the flowers are perfect and the decorations are adorable!

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