Monday, June 14, 2010

The Hills Are Alive

oh! wait we don't have any hills here but they would be if we did:
I think these are Wild Brown Eye Susan they are every where in the lots around the house.




The pink Geranium has bloomed well



There is a pale pink and a white Geranium in this pot .All of the Petunias came up from seed from last years plants.




I didn't think this Samba Geranium was going to make it so slow to bloom.
Day By Day
Caroline V. Sandell-Berg 1865
Day by day and with each passing moment, Strength I fine to meet my trials here; Trusting in my Father's wise bestowment, I've no cause for worry or for fear. He whose heart is kind beyond all measure gives unto each day what he deems best--Lovingly its part of pain and pleasure, Mingling toil with peace and rest.
In honor of a friend who has passed away Saturday June 12 2010



8 comments:

Mildred said...

So sorry to read about your friend passing away Patsy. Thank you for sharing your colorful flowers with us. God bless you dear friend.

Becca's Dirt said...

Beautiful geraniums. Sorry about your friend. Have a good day Patsy. Becca

Shelley said...

I am sorry to hear about your friend Patsy.
I wish I had some of your brown eyed susan flowers - they are such cheerful flowers.

Darla said...

Gorgeous flowers Patsy. Sorry about your friend, do we know this friend? I also needed to read this myself. Thanks.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Patsy I am so sorry to hear about your friends passing. We never know do we?

The daisies are so pretty patsy. Different from the ones which grow wild around here. Your geraniums are so pretty. You know I love them LOL!
Take care.

Katherine ( Katie) Corrigan said...

I am sorry for your loss .I hope you will always find comfort in fond memories.
Lovely flowers. The wild flowers are gorgeous too! Wishing you happiness, Katherine

bennie and patsy said...

The friend was one of the Village people but not a blogger. The Bennie and I went to the visitation to night and I did get to visit with Charlene and her dear husband ( Mr.Johnson) and other Village persons.

Far Side of Fifty said...

I am sorry about your friend, it is hard to see them go.
Your Wild Flowers are beautiful:)