Friday, 10 July 2009

Friday Flowers


I wish I had a garden full of fresh flowers so that I could race outside and pick some to arrange in a little vase but I don't. It's Winter, it's cold and I just didn't make it to the flower shop this afternoon. Maybe I could go to the flower shop in the morning or maybe I might be able to get some more fresh Wattle from the tree flowering down in the park. Yes, I think that's a plan for the morning after taking Harry to breakfast...

Have a fantastic weekend. See you next week...
xx
Anna

Image - Abby Sharp

25 comments:

Deva84 said...

wow! this pic is amazing! I love it! feels so fresh! lovely.

Rebecca (Dog-Eared) said...

oh, a flower-bush is one of the first things I want when I move into a place I plan on staying in for more than two years!

Grace said...

Lovely picture!

JO said...

Oh yes, I also wish I had a garden that I could pick flowers from and make my own arrangements. Love your blog, Anna!

Pink Nothings said...

You have something sweet waiting for you at my blog!

Lady Queenie said...

Very nice blog. Love looking through the pretty pictures. Thanks for sharing. Love the flower idea, wish I could have fresh cut flowers everyday!

orange sugar home said...

wish we could share out summer flowers with you!! have a wonderful weekend!!

Simply Mel said...

Fresh flowers will make even the coldest winter day fill a little bit warmer! Happy Weekend!

amoramor said...

she seems so fresh and lovely!
=]

jociegal said...

Hello,

I just discovered your blog today and I promptly added it to the blogs I follow. It is just beautiful.

And I agree about wishing for a garden. It is summertime where I live in Portland, Oregon USA, but I live in an apartment and alas am sans flowers of my own.

Thank you for the beautiful blog - I look forward to keeping up with it!

Moski said...

In Norway (where I sit and enjoy reading your blog) the peones have just faded and the roses have starting to bloom. Summer is at its peak. To think it is winter on your side of the world....
Every season has its beauty,and winter can be lovely too. (Especially when there is a flower shop nearby to brighten the days.)

lily-g said...

I set the alarm early this morning so I would go to the markets to get fresh flowers but when the alarm went off I just rolled over and went back to sleep!
Have a lovely morning with Harry, actually it might be a good plan to set lily and Harry up! and then grannies can go market shopping with them xx

Renae said...

Blessings to you for the weekend. I wish I could share some Georgia heat with you...I am ready for winter!

...love Maegan said...

me too. but not because it's winter, because I don't have a garden ...or a yard for that matter. oh ....soon :)

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Alison Gibbs said...

Have a wonderful weekend Anna.
Don't forget your wattle
Alison

Jordan said...

I think.. next spring.. you should plant some flowers.. then take pictures by beautiful platters! haha, have a great one, Anna! :)

sinnlighet said...

Your lovely blog is a garden, full of flowers!!

Agneta from Sweden... you know

CityCottage said...

What a beautiful site.!http://citycottagestore1.blogspot.com/

abodowd said...

cute pic

red ticking said...

i am sending you a happy bouquet of pink roses, white lavender and hydrangeas from my yard...the roses are very fragrant and lovely... enjoy! x pam

FlipFlop Mom said...

Oh.. I always forget that it's Winter there when it's summer here!!! Keep warm my dear!!

paula said...

this image brings a smile to my face. Hope you are having a lovely weekend.

sarathira sukiman said...

since i just found out about this one flower shop near my place, i couldnt help but start the habit of buying them for my mum and our house. its mind boggling to see so many colours all at once! haha i hope you're starting your week with something new, lotssa love & take care!

Sweetwater Baby said...

It's so funny to hear someone say "it's winter and it's cold" when it's 105 degrees (F) here. Wish we could send you a little heat...