Posted by: Rosie | March 5, 2010

Welcome to my Garden

   All the words, photos, paintings and other creations are my work unless otherwise indicated. I have tried to remember to credit any sources I used.                                         

                                        

 Hello and welcome to my garden. I started this blog for my family and friends in the real world and my buddies on Wiglington and Wenks. Please leave me a comment so I know you found your way here.                                                   

if you want to be happy for an hour – get drunk                                                   

if you want to be happy for a year – get married                                                   

if you want to be happy for life – plant a garden                                                   

-proverb-                                                        

sunflower in the sunshine

 

 Gardens fill your soul with beauty and connect your hands to Mother Earth – helping you remember who you really are – and what it truly important in life.                                                   

a peace rose

 

 Gardens are perfect for social gatherings – tea with a friend – outdoor cooking with the family – where the dog can sit with everyone and no one gets yelled at for spilling things.                                                   

Waiting for dinner!!

 

  Gardens give us refuge from the human world of noise and pollution – or a home overflowing with guests. They provide a quiet place to read a favorite book.                                                   

Rascal the supervisor watching me garden

 

  Hope you enjoy your time here as much as I did creating this garden for you.                                                   

All the words, photos, paintings and other creations are my work unless otherwise indicated. I have tried to remember to credit any sources I used.                                                    

I made all the teddy bears  from original patterns by Linda Mead of Spare Bear Parts. She is now retired but she taught wonderful courses through the mail, complete with video instructions and I am forever grateful to her wonderful teaching.                                                 

Uncle Will greets you at the stairs

 

Humphrey with Banjo the jockey heading for the garden

 

                       

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Responses

  1. I Love it, Sniffer looked so happy basking in the sunshine. Beautiful pictures. 🙂

  2. This is so great!! I can’t visit half as often as I’d like to, but in reading this I kind of feel like spending time together. A blog will make me feel like I’m not missing so much, you know?
    Anyways, glad to see your photos and loving the garden quotes,
    Bye for now and lots of love!

  3. Lovely pictures! It looks like you’re having a lot of fun making your blog!

  4. I am so thrilled with my first comments here – four generations!! I made the blog and already have comments from my Mom, my daughter and two of my granddaughters!
    so glad I decided to do this!

  5. The pictures are wonderful 😀 I love animals ❤ And the teddy bears are super cute!

  6. Wow! I love your animals! Cool Garden. Please be sure to post more!

  7. Awwww the dog and the Cat Rascal are SO cute!!! nice garden and blog also!

  8. somehow, i feel like we have so many things on common and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. 🙂 if only i can have a garden and a Rascal where i live.

  9. Cool pictures granny hugs from happy.


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