Lovely photos and quotes. Love the first one especially, and also used it recently on a project. Have a great day, hugs, Valerie
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Beautiful words and pictures thank you for sharing them. x
Thank you, Barbara:)
I do like William Kent's motto.
I do too, Andrew:) And I think of my life in terms of what I have yet to do in my garden.
These photos are amazing. I see your hostas are in bloom, too. I was just admiring mine yesterday.I love that Doug Larson quote. He hit the nail right on the head. Have a super Tuesday, dear.
Ha! Isn't that the truth about weeds?We've had soooo much rain this year, the hostas have really thrived.
That Cicero quote lives on not one but two fridge magnets here.I do love the garden. Blood, sweat, tears and money go into it. Beauty, solace and healing emerge...
It's a great quote and so true.Wouldn't it be great if we had a magic carpet and could take a garden tour of fellow bloggers' gardens?
Weeds don't survive in my lawn.The sunflowers remind me of my amazing blogger buddy, Tina. I can't believe she's been gone almost three years.
You are the weed ninja!I don't think I knew Tina. I'm sorry for your loss, Alex.
Excellent post of photo's and quotes a joy to read and look at.Yvonne.
Glad you enjoyed them, Yvonne.Have a great one.
Great quotes and wonderful pictures, perfect for a summer's day.
Thanks, S.J., so glad you liked them:)
We have a garden, thanks to my hubby and a library, thanks to me and we are happy....all done!
All bases covered:)
Your garden is just beautiful and the quotes you paired, perfect. Also love how you edited your photos.
Oh thank you, CJ!I'm loving Paintshop--which you brought to my attention through your blog and gave me many handy tips. You are the guru. I am the grasshopper:)
These are pretty.
Thank you so much, Jamie. Glad you like them.
Weeds sure like to win. Hmmm that first one may be out of touch with reality a bit, food and water are needed too lol
Well if we are going for practicality might as well throw in coin:)
Sure looks good in your garden.
Thanks, Donna. I'd love to stroll through yours.
I've got two flower gardens bigger than I can manage; but, they do quite well. But the wildflowers along the roadside and in the fallow field can't be matched.
I bet your gardens are beautiful. I know what you mean.They've planted wildflowers along some of the roadsides in NC and I really enjoy them.
Sandra, thank you for this beautiful and uplifting post 💕
Thank you, Jan. So glad you enjoyed it.
I love your dragonflies blog. Dragonflies are wondrous aren't they?
Those are some beautiful photos, Sandra, I love flowers, for me, they show the softer side of life, which I believe softness triumphs over hardness much of the time.
They do show the softer side and often triumph, Lon.
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What a perfect plaque for a garden.The keep out would be pretty helpful too:)
What wonderfully positive words and lovely pics to make my Tuesday Sandra! I totally love my books and looking at flowers, but when it comes to actually planting them, I totally suck. (lol) Hope your day is going well! Hugs...
So glad you liked it, Ro.I hear you on planting. It's survival of the fittest at my garden:)
I'm not sure which I love most -- the fabulous photos of your very beautiful garden or the quotes, chosen to perfection!
So glad you enjoyed it, Jeanie;)Have a great one.
Beautifully put together! Flowers do make life so much more pleasurable.
They sure do, Steph.
The beauty of Nature should never be ignored...it brings such peace.
For sure, Lee.
A lovely post Sandra, flowers bring so much joy.I love these words and pictures, thank you.All the best Jan
Great photos. Seeing them made me happy.
Nice blooms around your yard, I can never have too many
Beautiful words and beautiful pictures of your garden Sandra!!! My hostas haven't bloomed yet!! Big Hugs!