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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Some Favorites

We have company - our son and family arrived in Seattle at noon yesterday.  We will be having family activities (our daughters and their families live here in Bellingham), picnics, trips, adventures - and I won't have time for two weeks to post - so thought I would show you some of my favorite photos.  I hope you enjoy the next two weeks as much as we plan to.

We stopped at a plant stand one day out in the country - it was so wonderfully decorated

 Milk jugs, pieces of wood and old clothes made some great "garden ladies"
 I got two white lilac plants - can't wait for them to bloom
Happy gardening!!

15 comments:

Peg said...

Have a wonderful, wonderful time!

eileeninmd said...

The garden ladies are cute, lipstick and all. Have a great two weeks and a wonderful visit with your family. Happy 4th of July!

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said...

Hi Jo,
Summer, the Fourth of July, family together...wow! Enjoy my friend
:) m & jb

Karen S. said...

I totally like your special garden ladies!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I'm so glad you are all together for a nice summer vacation! You'll have such fun and make some memories! Take a few pics! heehee! Sweet hugs, Diane

Pamela Gordon said...

That looks like a great plant stand with the 'ladies' dressed up so cute. Very clever. Have a wonderful time with your family. Enjoy every minute!

Latane Barton said...

What delightful garden ladies! Enjoyed seeing your pictures. Enjoy your son's visit. Those don't come often enough.

Mary said...

Such a great plant stand - those 'ladies' are wonderful.
Have a fabulous family get together - make memories and take pix for us to see later.
Happy Fourth too JoAnn.
Mary -

Rowan said...

Hope you have a wonderful time with your son and the rest of your family.

J said...

The gardening ladies are delightful!
I wish you a wonderful, wonderful time with your entire family together these two upcoming weeks. I think cute little Donnie needs an extra hug from your blogging friends!

Kay said...

Enjoy your family! I know it will go all too fast. And I look forward to seeing updated pictures of your grandsons (hint, hint).
Very cute plant stand ladies. They're really well done! I like the burlap hair.

Amy at love made my home said...

I hope that you have a wonderful time! xx

Julie Fukuda said...

I'm sure you will have plenty of pictures to share when the dust settles.
Enjoy every minute!

Nina said...

Love these decorations! Have wonderful time with your family!

Powell River Books said...

The garden ladies remind me of Jack. When I was an elementary principal I made a display outside my door with a bale of hay and a scarecrow made by stuffing clothes and giving it a jack-o-lantern head. The kids loved it. - Margy