Tuesday, August 25, 2020

It's Tuesday

 Tuesday's Garden Pics:

Visiting butterflies and frogs, oh my.

AND the critters.

Booted out of her bed.


Frank, Penny and the apparition:)

How's your garden growing? How's your critters? If neither apply, how's life in general?

33 comments:

  1. Loving the garden and all of the critters.
    They are thriving here too - which is lovely, including a marmalade youngster who has been sunning itself in the daffodils (fortunately without Jazz noticing).

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    1. Ooh, I'm intrigued by the marmalade youngster...

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  2. Beautiful flowers and critters! Have a great week! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thanks, Val. You too.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  3. They say "Every Picture Tells A Story, here's the proof Sandra.
    Great pics. Have a good Tuesday.
    Take care.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Thanks, Yvonne:)
      Hope your Tuesday is good too:) It was grocery shopping day here.

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  4. Nice legs!
    Your garden is looking quite good towards the end of summer.
    The butterfly looks real. Great photo.

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    1. Why thank you:)
      He is. I got lucky on that shot. He held still for me.

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  5. Hi Sandra - love the plant selections, as too the critters ... always fun to see - but those legs as Andrew mentions give me the biggest smile! Take care - Hilary

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  6. What is the ivy looking plant with the delicate pink flowers? They look like butterflies. Your garden is beautiful as is the swallowtail butterfly. I haven't seen more than 1 or 2 butterflies this year. The frogs made me laugh. Are they planning a jail break? Is the ghost bringing a treat for Frank and Penny for posing so nicely for pictures?😺 Take care and enjoy your day!

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    1. Asiatic Jasmine. I just love it. It's surprisingly hardy and is an evergreen in this zone.
      If you have an opportunity, get a butterfly bush. It really draws them in. I love watching them from the kitchen window.
      Those moochers are always getting treats:)
      Thanks, CJ. You enjoy yours too.

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  7. Lovely flowers, including those breaking through the privacy fence. And that butterfly is gorgeous. But those legs in your aberration are the best!

    My garden is dying due to the heat and my critters are whining because they haven't been fed this morning. What else is new (grin).

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    1. :)
      We've been lucky to get rain here and lately the temps have improved.
      If your critters are like mine, whining will quickly turn to demanding;)

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  8. Love your flowers and I like that greenery with the white and pink blossoms..what is the name of that plant? I love your doggie and cat and that is so funny. Actually our diva cat, who is so thin will take over Wallace’s bed while Wallace just whimpers, looks at her and then just lays down because this big dog is scared of the diva

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    1. Asiatic Jasmine. It's a great little plant.
      Penny empathizes, Wallace:)

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  9. I love it when cats take over dog beds.

    Your butterfly shot is fantastic.

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    1. Heh. Me too:)
      Thanks. I got lucky with that one. My phone is as old as dirt:)

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  10. I didn't think anything could be lovelier than the flowers, till the butterfly took my breath away! Is Frank the cat or dog? Well, that is one of the prettiest cats I've ever seen.

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    1. Frank is the cat. Thank you. He got his summer trim this spring and his fur is at the in-between stage. When it's completely grown out he looks huge:)

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  11. Beautiful colors in the garden and I love the swallowtail! That picture of losing the dogbed is very familiar in our house too! Hugs:)

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    1. Thanks, Denise.
      Smiling over 'losing the dog bed' at your house too.
      xoxo

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  12. your garden is fantastic !!!!! and nice capture of the swallowtail :) ♥♥♥

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  13. Lovely photos Sandra, flowers and cute critters.

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  14. Frank and Penny are beautiful! As for the visiting apparition making its uninvited appearance....!! :)

    Garden pics brighten and lighten my morning mood! Take good care, Sandra. :)

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  15. Thanks, Lee:) You take good care too.

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  16. Nice way to have a Tuesday, Sandra!

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  17. Love all the garden photographs, especially that wonderful pink colour in your first photograph!
    Great to see the critters too.

    All the best Jan

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