Friday, March 11, 2016

"TEA IN THE GARDEN" MEMORIES

Earlier today I made up a booklet as we will be
 putting our home in Colorado up for sale soon. 
 It was fun looking back at some
photos of my summer garden so I
decided to share some here too:
















I will soon be saying goodbye to this
Colorado garden and will begin
the process of starting a new garden
 in Missouri.  I look forward to the challenge!
Sharing at:  Saturday Showoff

12 comments:

thel day said...

Lovely photos Bernideen. I love your old door. Are the white flowers in the first photo Queen Anne Lace?

Beth said...

So beautiful, Bernideen! You have a talent for growing and arranging beautiful flowers!

Martha said...

You have a lovely garden. But you'll have a lovely garden in Missouri! Love seeing your pictures!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I have always admired your garden, Bernideen, and I'm so looking forward to what magic you will do in your new yard. Hopefully that old, chippy door will be packed up and headed to the new house.

Gina said...

Such a delightful tea, Bernideen! Your garden is beautiful and enchanting with your little bunny statues & duck too!

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

I loved your Colorado garden, and I betcha your Missouri one will be just as lovely! hugs....

jeanniemc said...

Your gardens were beautiful! And I know your garden in Missouri will be beautiful too..

Daniela said...

I'm so charmed by these photographs of yours, my darling, I think I couldn't leave such a wonderful place !

Sending blessings of joy on your weekend, sweet Bernideen,
with much love

Dany

happywonderer.com said...

It's nice that you have your blog to remember the teas in your garden once you move. Looking forward to seeing your new place. Hope all goes smooth in your packing and move...

Jillian's Bella Rosa Antiques said...

Totally charming!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Oh wow Bernideen, beautiful! I can only imagine what you will do with your new yard! You'll have to give me some tips and ideas too!
I forgot that it was you who had that beautiful lace cloth as your umbrella! That was so pretty!

Cora Simpich said...

What joy you have brought to me, my family and so many who have visited your shop! So thankful to see your blog and your summer garden photos! Just happened on it through a link up with the blog about a blue Calico tea cup.