Sunday, July 08, 2007

Spot the cat

Well things out front have certainly started to green and grow- you wouldn’t think it was all just a mud puddle just a few months back. We're pleased with the result and as you can see our old car has settled into its wee space; our practice runs at reversing have also paid dividend and l am pleased to report...no chips on the gateposts!
The first photo was taken today as l talked with my sister in Australia- the visiting white cat was making himself feel at home on the gravel at the time of the call. The other pictures are from last week.
I'm just in from sitting up back with hubby and wee S; wee S playing in his tent while hubby and l just relaxed together. The weather over here for the past few weeks has been fickle so we enjoyed that little bit of sunshine this afternoon. Hope you are all enjoying the weekend too.
Current read at the moment is River God by Wilbur Smith-very good and so l think l shall be retiring early.
Bests all.











13 comments:

T*mmy said...

Your garden is just as beautiful as ever!! I wish I had your green thumb and talent!
The white cat is pretty!!
:)

Connie said...

Oh my gosh it is so beautiful. I remember your photos of you ankle deep in mud. You did just a wonderful job. If I was a neighbor cat...I would want to hang out at your house too!lol

Sending lots of hugs,
Connie

HLiza said...

Just like Connie said..I'll be joining the cat too..your garden looks like a paradise! Good job there my friend..I think I'll never be able to grow even half of that!

slap me happy said...

sis your garden looks awesome, nice place for a cuppa watching fag heads walking past lol
xx
sw

Carmen said...

WOW!!!
What a beautiful garden you have!
I am impressed!!!
WOW!!!

weirdbunny said...

Your garden is stunning, so imaculate ! Mine is full of weeds ! The rain has made everything grow out of proportion.

I just read this weekend the autobiography, 10 more seconds by John Sargent (political correspondant) fantastic ! love Julia x

Betty said...

Horizon, so glad to hear from you. I've just popped over to see you and your garden is absolutely breath taking....everything blooming so beautifully......You should win the garden spot of the year award....I just gave it to you....congratulations....Betty

Sandy said...

Your garden is just so beautiful and your pictures look like postcards they're so lovely.

smileymamaT said...

No chips on the gatepost? No chips on the car is what I was thinking! hee hee... Your garden is just all in bloom and beautiful, you have quite the green thumb! I think the cat would agree with me....

Kerri said...

It's a lovely place for a cat! I love the mix of colors. It's all looking so lush and beautiful and your photos are a delight. You have quite the designer's eye for color...and everything else. Just gorgeous! Thanks for the treat this Tuesday morning.
I'd love to sit in your garden and have a cuppa with you :)

Apple said...

Beautiful! You have an amazing variety in the space you have.

Lorraine said...

I love your piccies, Horizon. And I wish I had the gumption to make my gardens as lovely as yours. I've finally realized that I'm no gardener for want of the sheer will to work that hard. Thank God for lavendar.

Merle said...

Hi Horizon ~~ I haven't checked here for a while and I was so thrilled to see your beautiful garden. What a lot of hard work you have done to get it looking so luxurious and stunning. I reckon it gives Benmore a run for it's money when you consider the amount of room. Love Canterbury Bells
and have grown them. Your son did well with his photos too. I hope he loves school and most do these days. Lovely to see you back. Take care, Sarah. Love, Merle.

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