New York: one woman, one garden, twelve seasons.
I was so struck by your visual today of a rose petal. It is a manifestation of St. Therese's promise of "I will let fall from heaven a shower of roses" in manifestation of a miraculous intercession. And today, I was granted a miraculous near resolution(settlement in progress) to a long and difficult problem. I want to thank you also for the regular beauty and solace that you have given me during this interim by viewing your website. I always make viewing your site the last thing I do on computer, to keep with me its lingering perfume.
How nice what anonymous has said, how could I add to it? Lovely image.
What a beautiful tribute ...... and a beautiful photograph
Absolutely stunning photograph and love your gravel floor!
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Anonymous - I did not know about St Therese and roses...I am glad that whatever was wrong is coming right. And thank you.Frank - :-)Hen - thank you for your pictures...xxxLaura - thanks!
Absolutely gorgeous pic!
Beautiful image. On a totally unrelated note, the Abyssinian gladioli are still blooming - due to the incredible mild (well, downright warm!) autumn we're having - and they smell of the seaside. Salty air, seaweed and suntan lotion... :)
love this so ..linked on my blog today ~
This picture, for some reason, speaks to me of the Pacific Northwest... Beautiful indeed!
That's lovely and I enjoyed Anonymous' comment. I found you through elk's blog. It looks like you have 3 blogs, that's very ambitious. I have tried to start a 2nd blog, exclusively about my cats, but I find it very hard to keep up with 2 so my original one gets most of my attention. Fortunately, my many cats are not neglected :) Your cat blog is cute.