Sunday, June 27, 2010

Where have I been....

I have spent every day in the garden, all day til I drop.
A condo sounds nice right about now. Just kidding.
If I ever finish I see my blue bench needs a new coat of paint.
The frog Queen will have to move. ( She can be quite testy).

Then there is the princess frog. We don't even think of
messing with her.
See we do have blue skies every  once in awhile.
Mt. Si in all her glory. They say you can see the face of an Indian
on the mountain. I see it, can you? It is a side view. At least to me.
It really shows up in winter. I like to think of it as a Indian sleeping ever so peacefully.
Actually I took this picture because a weird thing seems to be
going on with my white dogwood. If you enlarge the picture twice you can see that on the top some of the flowers are pink. Mmmm? Has anyone
else encountered this? Or am I just daffy.
I have tries to work in my studio at night but find myself almost
snoozing off. No I am not sniffing glue. Just really tired from
gardening. Soon I will relax and enjoy it all.
More soon!


Judy S. said...

Sounds like you must have made a dent in all that mulch? I was nice to see the sun for a couple of days, wasn't it? Great photo of Mt. Si!

Laurie said...

As soon as I enlarged the picture Sharon, I found the Indian, so plain. Stunning picture of the mountain and your pink tipped dogwood!

Janet said...

I see the Indian....and the dogwood is beautiful! Don't know anything about why it would have pink tips though. My thumbs are anything but green!

Pearl said...

I love your Mountain what an oasis. I told you to get a gardner, you know one of them young ones and you can watch him from your lounge chair sipping mint julips and take in the scene...

Deborah said...

Beautiful photos!

Anonymous said...

Yes, I see the Indian, but I have no clue why your dogwood has pink flowers on top. Must be a special dogwood, eh? :)
Get yourself a little rest and enjoy the weekend, Sharon!

Anonymous said...

I just read your comment on my blog. Soooooo funny about the bull elk and your slip. Guess he was stylin' that day!!!
Happy 4th, Sharon!

The Rustic Victorian said...

I have seen the indian in person! Gosh I haven't thought of it in a long time. My brother lived there and I just think it is heaven on earth, after the coast of course!