Friday, May 28, 2010

What Makes Life Good For You?


My favorite flower-------TODAY------when the iris and peonies or any flower blooms it is my favorite of the moment.




The nature picture that is my favorite: for the moment is the fresh smell of just cut and rolls in a hay field.



here are the questions and my answers:




1 What makes life good for you?




When my children , grandchildren and friends are happy and well.








2 What is your favorite pass time?




Quilting, reading , doing ATC cards with pen pals, and my blogger friends.








3 What was your worst gardening experience?




Planting Elephant Ears in my small flower bed and in the past planting bamboo .








4 What is your favorite flower ?




A Rose








5 Where is the one place you would love to visit and why?




England, because my family roots came from there.








6 What flower or nature picture is your favorite and show it.




The Hay fields after they have been cut.




8 comments:

Mildred said...

Good afternoon Patsy, These are such good pictures. Wish I could smell the sweet hay and the fragrant roses and peonies. I hope you two have a very good day.

Darla said...

Very nice...I know the hay smells so good!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

I love the smell of new mowed hay too. Not so much the lifting onto the wagon those square bales we use to do when I was younger. LOL! What wonderful answers Patsy.

Winifred said...

Lovely photos Patsy. I love the smell of the lawn when it's cut at night, so sweet.

Where in England did your family come from?

Charlene said...

Hi....I love the yellow rose. You have a green thumb....Have a great week-end.

bennie and patsy said...

My fathers family name is Tate and my grandmother was a Berry and her grandfather came from England as a Appleberry droped the Apple and call his self Berry.

Our Cross Stitching Home/Historie/One of God's little Princesses said...

What beautiful pictures! Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Marydon Ford said...

My sweet friend ~ Your florals are exquisite .. the aroma is filtering thru. I love seeing fresh cuts fields ... so picturesque.

May your Memorial weekend & celebrations be safe & enjoyable, filled merriment ... as you solemnly remember those that have passed before us & our military that protect(ed)s our freedoms. LET FREEDOM RING!!

TTFN ~ Hugs of love, Marydon