January 14, 2012

wrapping it all up

I'm sorry this post is so late.  We made the final push to get the big pieces of furniture back into my craft studio and the time got away from me.  Now the work of organization can begin in earnest.


I'm afraid all I have to share with you today are some garden pictures from last spring.  I am hoping the change from winter's brown and dreary will gain me a little forgiveness.


Thank you all for playing along this week, I had a blast.  And to you new followers, I hope you come back and visit often.  I am hoping to go and say hello to everyone this week.


The give away ends tonight at midnight and I will draw a number tomorrow.  Good luck to you all and I will be back tomorrow with a winner.

Patty

23 comments:

  1. How fun to look at some garden pictures from last spring when it is 9 degress and snowing. Looking forward to seeing pics of the craft studio.

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  2. Your flowers are gorgeous! I put a few pansies in pots and I already feel better. Congratualtions again on your magazine claim to fame!

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  3. How lovely. It's always nice to review the beauty of gardens during the dreary months of Winter.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  4. Your garden is so pretty! I am looking forward to Spring. Around these parts we have to get through February - but with the mild weather we've had this Winter, who knows? :)

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  5. i'm ready for spring. it will be a wonderful time. lovely pictures. (:

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  6. I am loving your blog. Your garden is beautiful.

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  7. Patty,
    I found myself looking at your flowers, seeing what I had, and what I need to add when spring rolls around again. All of that colour is glorious!
    -Karen

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  8. Such a beautiful garden. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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  9. I sure wish I had something pretty to feast my eyes on in my bare backyard!
    Brenda

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  10. Love the pictures of you garden. Such a welcome site on this cold wintry day. I just e-mailed you about Heather's swap. Very happy to have you as a partner!Mary Kahler

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  11. Oh, that was so cool that your blog was mentioned in that beautiful magazine. That would have definitely put me on top of the world, too. Congratulations.

    Can you enter me in the giveaway?

    Susan

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  12. You woke me right up with the beautiful flower pictures. Here I am freezing! Thank you for HOPE that Spring and flowers are right around the corner.
    Susie

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  13. Such a lovely garden and so inspiring. I am so looking forward to getting some flowers in soon here in AZ. Wildflowers are just coming up and getting ready to bloom. Gen @ simplycornish.blogspot.com

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  14. they look so pretty - mmmmm i can't wait for spring xx

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  15. I always like seeing photos from your gardens. Seems like you have a wonderful climate for growing such beautiful flowers.

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  16. Freezing cold here in Canada, but supposed to get warmer and rain soon. These flowers give me hope that Spring is not too far away.
    Love your blog.
    xx

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  17. Just what I needed....a bright cheerful garden to look at!!

    I've missed some of your posts, and I'm trying to catch up.

    Life gets so busy sometimes. That, and our son and his little wife were in a terrible car accident this past week. So grateful that no one was killed or seriously injured.

    Love the giveaway that you are doing. Such beautiful stuff... and you are so generous!

    Hope to be back soon, and read more of your blog posts!

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  18. It's great to see some sunny garden pictures today. It is so dreary here. Can't wait to see your finished studio, Patty. More inspiration to get me to work on my little studio.
    Thanks for the great giveaway. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
    Wishing you a blessed Sunday.

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  19. Beautiful pictures as I look out the window at snow and its the high today is 10. yippes!
    Nancy Jo

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  20. My, how your garden blooms ... gorgeous! Love looking at that riot of colour, this time of year.

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  21. Your garden looks so pretty! I love wildflower type gardens...less work for me. Ha!

    A little reprieve from the winter dreariness is nice. Thanks!

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