Thursday, March 10, 2011

Morning in the Garden...

***this is a repost from early last summer***we'll rename it
'a trip down memory lane'
linking up with Tracie from
Fishtail Cottage for Cottage Flora Thursday ~ enjoy!
here we go....
Some early Monday morning garden shots...
my perfect place to enjoy a cup of coffee...
loving the symetry...not perfect but sooo close!

radishes just about ready to harvest and red leaf lettuce...

the cucumber personal little Eiffel Tower!

my best gal...I think she's finally found her happy place!

The one thing "bad days" have over "good days," is that they're completely optional.
Have a 'good day' everyone!!
·´¸.·*´¨) ¸.·*´¨)
(¸.·´ (¸.·´ paula


Victoria said...

Ohhhhh that is a dreamy garden Paula! I think I'd have my morning coffee, noontime lemonade and evening cocktail out there:)

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage said...

Wow, Paula, your garden is beautiful. It looks like a wonderful place to have coffee. And I really like your closing comment. We sometimes forget that how we view our days is optional, don't we? ;)

I would love to have you join me for my linky party, as well. And if you enjoy having fun, come by my place for "Funny Faux Pas Follies," on Friday.

By the way, I just joined you as a follower.

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

mariondee-designs said...

What a lovely garden! I think your cherub statue looks right at home there.. very nice! take care, Maryann

Heaven's Walk said...

How utterly beautiful, Paula! Very French, indeed - and your veggies look yummy! I'll bet you can hardly wait til you can get back out there again! :)

xoxo laurie

ornamentsbypink said...

Hi Paula, yes the morning is the best time to sit and look out at the garden! I love the quiet, just the birds singing. Your garden looks so nice! Can't wait for spring here!

Anne Marie said...

Laurie (heaven's walk) had you on her sidebar...and so glad I came here (the 2nd new blog this morning for me!)

your kitchen garden is so well done...I know how hard it is to make it look tidy - and I love what you have done with the pathways and the climbing veggies - and the urns at the entrance -
to me? it's a true Potager :)
Anne Marie

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

Soooooo gorgeous Paula! I REALLY need Spring to hurry up and get here! Things are starting to "green up" and I LOVE that!!

Hope you have a GREAT weekend!!

Lou Cinda

Fishtail Cottage said...

I think i too have found my happy place in your garden! That little cherub is so charming & its in te perfect location too! Thanks so much for linking up to Cottage Flora Thursday's - i'm having a great morning visiting each and every post that has joined in! i hope to see you again! xoxo

Unknown said...

Paula, you make me 'itch' to get into a garden, but not yet! Just beautiful.
Happy St. Patrick's Day ~
Have a beautiful weekend ~


CosmoGirl Carla said...

Ahhh . . . Paula . . . this post makes me long for warmer weather even more. It'll be here before we know it. Thanks for sharing!

Jenny said...

What a beautiful garden! I love the symmetry of your green space. Mine is all wild and crazy!

Lisa said...

What a beautiful garden! It's peace! I'm going to try very very hard to have a beautiful yard this year, you've given me inspiration and a wee bit of envy. But the good kind!

Lots of hugs for a good week,

michelle said...

Paula your garden is beautiful!!! I would love to walk through or just sit and enjoy. :)

Tutti Chic said...

Paula-you need to move back to north attleboro & come work for me doing garden design! Just gorgeous!!!! :) chris