Tuesday, March 23, 2010

A Walk in the Yard

When I come home from work everyday at 4 pm, I like to walk
around the yard a little and see what's blooming.  Would you
like to join me this afternoon?

Here is a nice bench to rest a spell and look over the buttercups.

Something pink is blooming.  I have forgotten the name but I love
the color pink!

Buttercups are everywhere!

Hello Elizabeth!  I see you hiding!

And, of course, it becomes a lovely
walk when I visit with my dear sweet
neighbor. Ruth is 90 years old and a
very wise lady!  She shows me her
beans popping up in her garden.

Thank you for joining me for a walk
in the yard.  It's time to go in now
and fix supper.  Tonight is a special
night as it is my son's 28th birthday!

And thankfully, spring is here!  Even the pansies are happy!

Have a great week!


  1. I enjoyed our "walk" today. The flowers are lovely, and so is your sweet neighbor! It looks like Elizabeth is enjoying spring, too. Your post is just what I needed. My own daffodils are up four inches now! Thank you for joining me in the WNWN challenge.

  2. A wonderful walk and what a great way to wind down after work!

  3. Love the daffies! I have garden envy. I must plant some flowers this weekend! Thanks for sharing!

  4. There's nothing like a walk through the yard at the end of the day. Your daffodils are beautiful. We have so much to learn from those who gardened before us.

  5. WOW...I can see the spring has really come in your place. What a beautiful garden you have. Its beautiful with all that yellow...I look forward to my yellow easternflower is coming. Here its still snow. Thanks for visiting your garden, and have a nice day.

  6. beautiful, i love the daffs bringing in spring~

  7. I loved taking a walk with you through your lovely area. I wish I had that many pretty flowers in bloom. Great post for today.

  8. Thanks for the tour of your garden. Ruth is darling, and happy birthday to your son!

  9. Good morning Lottie...girl this is so pretty...I just love all the SPRINGness here...and how special to have a friend 90 years young...Hey I din't know I wasn't following you my friend...Sorry just added you to my list...hey I suffer from Ole Timers now ha ha!! Hope you have a Great day my friend...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

  10. Hello Lottie,

    What a nice stroll through your pretty gardens. I love the shot of Elizabeth peeking out of the daffodils! Happy birthday to your son.

    ~ Tracy

  11. Oh Lottie! You have such a pretty garden!

  12. Hi Lottie,
    We met you at the tour of homes in Washington. Your garden and blue cottage are beautiful. To find auctions, check out this site: auctionzip.com. Hope to see you at one.
    Happy Easter!