Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Monday-Tuesday

“The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.” -Albert Einstein 
Don't ya love Albert Einstein?

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A Walk In the Garden.

As I may have mentioned before, I call the monarda/bee balm, bad-hair-day flowers. Ever woke up and felt like your hair looked like this?;)


What's in your garden?

AND....
Author D.L. Finn reviews Shardai

34 comments:

  1. Wonderful flowers, and yes, I love that quote. I used it recently on one of my pieces, and I actually had someone in mind when I did it! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie

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  2. If ONLY my bad-hair days were that beautiful.
    I have an early anenome and an early jonquil blooming in the garden. The tree dahlias (and indeed all the dahlias) have succumbed to the frost. There are daisies and grevilleas and nerines to make up for it.
    Love that quote. He was such a talented man, in so many arenas.

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    1. Sounds like you still have a lot of beauty in your garden.
      Einstein was so amazing. Did you see the movie IQ? It was fun.

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  3. Hi Sandra - excellent quote ... beautiful flowers ... our roses are blooming heavenly scent ... hair - don't mention it ... I don't have a lot! Cheers Hilary

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    1. Unfortunately, I'm with ya on thin hair, Hilary. Glad you are enjoying your roses.

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  4. Ooh, love the photos. Those flowers are all so pretty!

    (And thanks so much for the Ko-fi, btw! You're too kind! <3)

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  5. Sure all in full bloom, and yeah, stupid can keep on a going.

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  6. He called it on stupidity.
    Nice garden setup.

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  7. I'm with EC, and only wish my hair looked that great upon awakening(lol) Love the walk in your flowerbed, which looks quite colorful and welcoming. Hugs...RO

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    1. I hear ya on the hair. Ha
      The flowers and I thank you.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  8. Your flowers are gorgeous!Love the garden sign and statue

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  9. OMG! I love that quote and so sad that I seem to see this ever6 single day. I laughed like hell at your bad hair day flower as I seem to have that look every day...I need to go to the hairdresser. Love your flowers and I love that angel statue in the background...have an up close picture of your statue?

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    1. I'll take a pic of the statue.
      Did you enjoy your bday?

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    2. I really did! I just took it easy, watch a new documentary I got called Scotty Bowers..Hollywood. To say it is shocking is an understatement. I received many phone calls including one from my sister. My brother came over and hubby made dinner. This is my birthday week so Sunday we will be going out to a Thai Restaurant on Saturday plus hubby and I will go to the Shaw Garden tour. We will go to Niagara On The Lake and visit 8 houses with beautiful gardens.

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  10. Your garden is all abloom! It's just glorious! Mine is mostly herbs in pots, though my sweet peas will come on soon and the hostas are looking good! Our cool weather is slowing it all down!

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    1. Sweet peas and herbs sound wondrous, Jeanie.

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  11. Your garden is so much prettier than mine. I love the flowers, even the bad hair day ones. I also love the fence, the statue, and the welcome sign. You have made this a fabulous place that any gardener would appreciate.

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    1. What kind words. Thank you, Elizabeth.
      Your garden is beautiful.

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  12. Enjoyed your flowers and I love Einstein quotes.

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  13. my hair could look so good !!! what's in the garden round TT right now; tulips with the tops chewed off; day lilies the size of small shrubs because of the rain, hosta chewed to the soil, cat pee clumps around the viola and verbena; did I mention RABBITS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

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  14. Heh. At least the day lilies sound like they're thriving.

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  15. That was a good review, thanks for the link.

    Loved seeing your garden photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  16. Love that quote!!!
    Your garden is stunning Sandra! Wow! Big Hugs!

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