Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Sunshiney garden today















The view from my kitchen window. I love it and feel so blessed to have a cottage garden. 
You can just make out the welcoming open door of my studio.

Ttfn
xxxx

22 comments:

  1. It's looking lovely. I love this time of year, the gardens are looking so pretty x

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    1. Hi Mandy, it's just as well we have winter otherwise we wouldn't appreciate it so much methinks. Have a good rest of week...nearly half term :-) xxxxxxxxxx

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  2. Your garden is looking lovely Tracey and what a lovely view from your window. :)

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    1. Thanks Linda, it could keep me occupied full time if I let it. Oh how I love my little view!
      Tracey xxx

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  3. what a beautiful garden Tracey, I have done a garden post today too, it's been just a beautiful sunny day here :-)

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    1. Thank you :-)
      I'll go find your post now xx

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  4. Your garden looks beautiful Tracey, and such a lovely view from your kitchen window. Enjoy the rest of the week.
    Jane x

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  5. Thanks Jane :-) There's always something new to look at and the visiting birds are a delight.
    Tracey xx

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  6. Your garden is stunning Tracey.....thank you for your lovely comment.
    I'm off to take a second look at your beautiful flowers.
    Jacquie x

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    1. Thanks Jacquie :-) It's had a couple of good drenchings today so it will be a happy garden.
      Tracey xx

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  7. You have a very beautiful garden. I love the view from your kitchen.

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  8. Hi Pradeepa, thanks for visiting and commenting :-) The elderly lady who lived here before us put a lot of work into the garden. We are gradually making it more how we would like it...which is basically more cottage like.
    Tracey xx

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  9. What a lovely garden! All those flowers are so pretty.

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  10. Hi Olga, thank you so much for your lovely comment and for visiting :-)
    The lady who use to live here planted so that there would always something in flower even in winter.
    Tracey xx

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  11. What beautiful and uplifting views! Thank you for sharing them - definitely happy :-) - and for the invitation to have a cup of tea. My son was diagnosed with Asperger's; I love crochet, tea and nature so I will definitely visit again. What a cheerful and attractive blog. I hope you are also having a happy day.

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    1. Hi Jodiebodie, thank you for such kind comments and for visiting... yes, you are welcome for a cuppa at anytime :-)
      I've just visited your blog and I'll be back to visit you too and get too know you better :-)
      I am very grateful for my diagnosis as it is helping me to acknowledge who I really am rather than living my life through others. How it's your son?
      'see' you again soon, Tracey xx

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    2. Sorry, I am not sure about your question about my son - a word seems to have gone missing during upload

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    3. Ah....I meant how is your son in terms of his A.S. Apologies...I should have checked the words... I use Swype and don't always notice when it adds a wrong word :-)
      Tracey xxx

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  12. That's so gorgeous! We haven't been in our house for too terribly long and we haven't had a chance to get lots of flowers yet. I can't wait to have such a lovely view!

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    1. Hi Rebecca, thanks so much for visiting and commenting. It takes a bit of time to get established doesn't it? A lot of the flowers out the moment have self seeded, yay :-)
      Tracey xx

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    1. Thank you :-) I've been meaning to call you all week but always think about it at the wrong times.
      Thanks for visiting :-)
      Tracey xxx

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