Friday, June 6, 2014

Sometimes You Just Need a Little Break...


LIFE IS GOOD

So much is happening in my gardens! 
I've been so busy busy...

30 days since my last post...
Don't give up on me... new post is coming soon!

(Besides... I've missed visiting all of you!)


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This Grandmother's Garden | Highland, Utah, USA

9 comments:

  1. You're still on my Bloglovin list, so post whenever you can! I don't visit blogging friends very often these days. Constantly running behind with my crazy caretaker schedule.

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  2. Carolyn girl this is such a beautiful shot ! the lighting is perfect , the birdhouse so cute with the little one there and I love that evergreen and other plants in the background !
    Joy : )

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  3. I have had a forced break working in the garden but at least I can read blogs and write my posts.....looking forward to seeing more of your garden as it blooms in JUne!!

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  4. Lovely shot. That conifer fits it and makes it all the more beautiful.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  5. Enjoy your break! The blog will still be here when you find time to post again :-)

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  6. Un peu de repos fait toujours du bien. Très belle photo! Profitez de votre jardin.

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  7. Hi Carolyn, I sent you a message on your Facebook about an opportunity for your blog you might be interested in. Take a look and let me know what you think.

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  8. We all understand. May is always so busy for me, then I spend June trying to catch up! I went on a trip three weeks ago, and I still feel behind. What the heck? I made a garden list today, and it was very, very long. Guess I'd better get busy.

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  9. I totally understand, Carolyn! I've been behind on visiting and commenting lately, too. And I have so many ideas for blog posts, but not enough time to follow through. Hope you're enjoying your time off. Enjoy the 4th!

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