Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Monday-Tuesday

Last week, Birgit asked for a closeup of the garden angel/fairy. I've never been able to decide which she is, angel or fairy. What do you think? Like me she's nearly twenty years old.  Not buying that I'm almost twenty?  Ha. Ha. I don't even buy that myself.
And her pal.
Can you see the visitor? Here's a couple of hints. He's between the bee balm and the day lily, and he buzzes:)
AND a couple of toss ins.
 
What's blooming in your garden?

AND....


Thanks, Rye.

AND...
Caren and Cody reviewed SHARDAI. A huge thanks to them.

31 comments:

  1. The statue is gorgeous. I didn't realise you were already 20, my, how time flies! Love the photos of the flowers and visitors. My little balcony garden is blooming well just now, too. Have a great day, hugs, Valerie

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  2. Loving your garden.
    Of course you are twenty, and so is your waist.

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  3. Those flowers are so gorgeous! Your garden fairy is lovely, as well. ^_^

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  4. It looks like a fairy to me.
    I don't remember twenty...

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    1. If you don't, I'm in big trouble. I know you are much younger than me:)

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  5. I knew you were just 20, Super Sandra! The angel/fairy is certainly lovely, along with the rest of your garden. Hugs...RO

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  6. In a word...glorious!

    This property upon which I dwell in my little cabin there are many blooming things...trees included! :)

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    1. Thank you.
      I bet your places looks beautiful.

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  7. Beautiful statues and a glorious garden, too. Such amazing flowers and the bee, too.

    Just think, dear. Next birthday you can legally buy beer and wine (grin).

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  8. These are beautiful! I don't know what she is either, but she is enchanting. Right now I have peonies (filled with ants but lovely outside) and soon sweet peas! Works for me!

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    1. Peonies and sweet peas are lovely. I used to place white peonies in a vase with food coloring in it, to dye them.
      Do you ever do that?

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  9. It's a beautiful statue, as are the flowers in the garden.

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  10. Hey, thank for showcasing the fairy..I do think it’s a fairy, not an angel. In the end it’s such a beautiful statue. Your flowers are so pretty and I love the colours of all of them. The video is cute even though I am not one for hairless cats but they are funny and that dog is great.

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    1. Thank you, Birgit. And thanks for asking about it.
      I don't think those hairless would do too well in the North, do you?

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    2. Oh gosh no, they would need sweaters except in deep summer.

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  11. Beautiful flowers I have been taking a few shots myself.

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    1. Thanks, Christine. I look forward to seeing yours.

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  12. nothing bloomed or is blooming here; have day lily the size of shrubs because of the rain ...but no flowers
    :(

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    1. Hope those day lilies start blooming soon. They will be beautiful.

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  13. I think the statue is a fairy and she is beautiful! Yep I saw the bee right away!

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  14. Caren! I'm so glad you stopped by. Again, a gazillion thanks for the lovely review.

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  16. I love your statue! She is beautiful! Gorgeous flowers and little bee! LOL! Love those hairless cats too! Big Hugs!

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  17. I think she's a fairy. She has fairy wings, not angel wings. I am an expert on wings, of course. teehee

    Love,
    Janie

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