Tuesday, November 24, 2009

A Little Off Kilter? Outdoor Wednesday

Are you feeling a little off kilter with the pressures of the holidays looming in your future?

Step outside for Outdoor Wednesday over at A Southern Daydreamer and take a few deep breaths. Do take time to stop and smell the roses, it will bring everything back into line.

My roses are a little beaten up after another inch of rain a few days ago, but for Thanksgiving week I'll gladly accept the not quite perfect roses.

See, don't you feel better ..... Mother Nature has great healing powers.


  1. wow the roses helped with the off kilter! great shots

  2. these are gorgeous photos--love your garden! the sunlight on the peach-colored rose is simply fabulous!

  3. Beautiful shots! Your garden is lovely. The peach colored rose is my favorite. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Kathy

  4. Oh my! What lovely flowers you have. Thanks for sharing. Have a great Thansgiving.

  5. Those are some of the most beautiful roses I have ever seen. I love them and try raising them, but nothing to compare to yours.

  6. Your roses are beautiful. All of your flowers are pretty for that matter. Hugs, Cindy S.

  7. I can almost smell the fragances... lovely

    If you have a moment and want a laugh stop by and say hi!

    TTFN~~ Claudia ♥ ♥

  8. You have a lovely yard and your roses are all gorgeous! Great photos.
    Happy Thanksgiving.

  9. Thanks everyone for stopping by to smell the roses with me!

    It's a good thing I took those images last week ... we had a big storm yesterday with thunder and lightening (unusual for us here in Northern California to have the crash/bang kind of storm) and HAIL!! Haven't been out to check the roses to see how much damage was done. The succulents in the garden suffer more from the hail than anything else and end up with "pock" marks that last the lifetime of the leaves that become damaged.


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