Saturday, March 31, 2012

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I don't usually show personal pictures, but I just had to show you this!  The dogwoods blooming in all their glory!  I took pictures yesterday and just had to show you how beautiful it is in East Tennessee this year!  Most all of our neighbors have dogwoods and fruit trees and they are all in full bloom.  The apple trees look like big white snowballs!

If you look through this picture to the flag pole, that window is my craftroom window.  This is what I'm looking out into this past week or so.  

The next picture is just a different angle of the front yard!  See all that white picket fence?  I spent last Spring down on my knees and sitting on a small stool painting that sucka!  Talk about a slow go but it did turn out well!



I don't have a card this morning, but I do have a new Easter Egg I did that I will be sharing on Monday.
I just had to stop in this morning and let you see this.  I will be cleaning house today, so no crafting going on here.  Naturally, when I'm in the mood to craft, that is when I look around and see all the dust bunnies peeping out at me.....I know it's Easter Season, but COME ON!!

Thanks for stopping by this morning!  I hope you have a wonderful Saturday and take a moment just for you and "Breathe"!

17 comments:

Mieke'S said...

Beautiful photo'' s!
Thanks for sharing.
Greetings Mieke'S

Elaine said...

Glenda this is stunning, I love your picket fence and those blossoms are FAB , the world is waking up i love this time of year Hugs Elaine

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...Glenda wow what an amazing view you lucky girl you...it's sooo pretty what a delight i'd be at my desk all the time...Mel :)

Lisa Lynne said...

Homesick, homesick, homesick! That's me this morning!! I love the dogwoods in Tennessee and miss seeing them in the spring - your pictures have given me a real treat!

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The Other Patti Sue said...

WOW... looks like heaven! Love all the blooms and your fence is totally awesome!

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Wonderful way to start my dreary rainy morning. Your photos are beautiful and love your fence. I'm jealous..I want a window view like that from my crafty area...Enjoy the weekend

Julia Dunnit said...

Ah Glenda, you and I are on the same page this weekend! Dust bunnies ahoy! The blossom in your garden is just beautiful, it must make you smile every time you look out.
The fuel problem her in UK has been prompted by a threatened tanker driver strike, so that no petrol would be delivered to filling stations. It's a threat...no action taken even to convene a meeting and hold a vote....and the law requires them to give 7 days notice of a strike. But nevertheless, it, aided by the governments's advice to keep your car 'topped up', has bought panic to our streets. Honestly, you really see human nature at its worst when there's a chance we might have to go without. Add into the mix that we're currently paying the equivalent of $10.5 dollars a gallon and you can understand that it's a big issue!!

May said...

Love the pics Glenda... love the blossom it all looks sooooo pretty, Hugs May x x x

Betty Benton said...

Thanks for sharing the photos of the beautiful dogwoods! We had dogwoods on our property when I was a kid -- loved them; have tried planting them but they don't want to grow for me so thanks for letting me enjoy yours!

Chris(craft) and Dave(photos) Richards said...

Your blossoms are blooming and I wish I was there with you, looking out at the gorgeousness !!!
love and hugs
chris richards
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Nan G said...

A beautiful garden which must inspire your beautiful floral cards!

Sylvia said...

I don't know how I missed this yesterday Glenda, I must be loosing my mind as well as my body! Your pictures are gorgeous! I hope your weather is better than they were predicting for today. It is a warm and humid day here. Have a wonderful afternoon.

Janett said...

Your yard is beautiful. The dogwoods in Ga. have more blooms this year than any year that I can remember. Love the fence.

Selma said...

I am so jealous. Your yard is so beautiful. We don't have anything in bloom -- in fact it was snowing again yesterday.

Michelle said...

beautiful dogwoods! I could sit in your yard and enjoy them for hours!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, Glenda! How beautiful it looks! What a wonderful view from your craft room, or any room. The beautiful flowering trees with your white picket fence remind me of your cards.

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