Well it's been raining for three days now, finally stopped this afternoon. The flowers I have to show today have taken a pretty good beating first one of my Impatiens with Asparagus Fern to the left.A tiny Wax Begonia trying to hang on.
Dianthus climbing up the side of the Oak Tree.
Pink Flame Jacobina
and one of my Pineapple Sage Plants.
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Down at Lake Talquin on Thanksgiving Day. Maybe blurry.......click to enlarge to see the turtles. So sorry, forgot to tell you to click on the Camera Critters Banner on the right of my page to see more adorable Critters.
A little fall color in our backyard.Neighbor's Oak Tree getting ready to sleep for the winter.This neighbor has beautiful Bradford Pear Trees showing their fall richness, amongst the Pines and Palms.Another neighbor with the beautiful Red Japenese Maple.
Thanksgiving this year was a wonderful time of family, FOOD, friends and fellowship. We went to my sister in laws home, her husband is from Greece. The photos on the walls, my sister in law took in Greece and they had them put on canvas. The photos I took do not do them justice at all. Please click to enlarge.
Dinning Room........isn't it beautiful?The little balcony is the master bedroom looking down on the dinning room.
The back of the house, and it's on a lake!Probably one tenth of the food. (Could not resist photographing the turkey, ham and lamb)
Me and hubby sitting out back.
Amanda Chalae' made it home for Thanksgiving..............what a nice surprise!
Right before the Blessing, giving instructions that there were more tables on the upper balcony.
Our five little ones enjoying each other's company. (Apparently he is holding the audience captive, he is out numbered)
Hubby's great niece stuffed her pockets full of acorns for a acorn fight with her dad.
Did not post all of the photos, some are gifts, you get the idea of the love filled time we had. God Bless.
Hooray! It's Bloomin' Tuesday....The flower choices are getting fewer and fewer. Here's what I have to offer today. These photos were taken yesterday afternoon. Pink Verbena with a Gulf Fritillary. Hanging Basket of Imapaitens.
with a visitor.
I am just loving the different shades of whites and greens that this Ornamental Cabbage is showing.White Petunia
Clouded Sulphur on the Dianthus, Sweet William.
These Petunias are taking their time filling in the bucket.
Lamb's Ear, no flowers but lovely soft foliage.
and of course struggling Snapdragons.
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