Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Summer Happenings


We went to the 2nd Annual River City Arts Festival and it was funtastic, so much to look at and enjoy! The Garlic container and the Driftwood House came home with us.






Dad and me taken at my sisters in Gibson's B.C.



Color around the yard



Copper Whale, Ice Pick, sitting Leprechaun in my office, tree Mellow, fisheye view taken on my wife's Canon A 2200



Buddy had his grooming, they give him a scarf every time. Next time he will get a Blueberry Facial. Sounds good. I could use one lol. He is all ready to go Visiting.


Playing around with the Garlic, planning next years crop. The spinach is growing.
Summer is so busy, this time in the season. Fall is looking good. Everything in its time. Around here the whole month has been hot and sunny and there has been lots going on. My dear old Dad is off to Nashville for a Shaklee Convention where he will Celebrate his 93rd years young Birthday on August 4th. Happy Birthday Dad!!!


You are an inspiration to me and so many others.





Dad and Mom at an earlier year, out and about.

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12 comments:

  1. I had a garlic holder years ago. Bought it at the Tempe Arts Festival. Maybe I'll look for it. Love your photos of flowers and greenery.

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  2. Wow! Fantastic photography mosaics ~ very creative and well done and Your Mom and Dad are, indeed, an inspiration ~ Happy Day to you!

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  3. Enjoyed all aspects of your post. I think it is amazing that your dad still active at that age. May he have many more healthy years.

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  4. Love love this post...the flowers are exquisite. Your parents are so precious...your having them still is a Blessing! Thanks for sharing it was delightful!!!
    Loretta

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  5. Your flowers are beautiful. I especially enjoyed seeing the mallow, white lilies, and daylily. Love the little driftwood house, too!

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  6. Awesome! I've only just discovered your blog....Im looking forward to getting in and reading all your back posts..
    Blueberry facial? Wouldn't that leave us stained blue? lol

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  7. Your gardens have such lovely pieces of vintage. I really like the driftwood house, where will you put it?
    Ann

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  8. I like your blooms, a nice variety of red monarda shown. Buddy's handsome after his grooming, the scarf is cute.

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  9. All your garden pics are lovely.

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  10. Your flaunt today is fantastic!!! I very much enjoyed it.
    Thank you so much for linking in this week...I appreciate everyone who joins in.
    I am sharing this post on the Tootsie Time facebook page as well....
    Hugs from Wainwright Alberta Canada!
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  11. Oh, my! Happy Birthday to your dad!~ My neighbor, who still lives on her own is 95 and walks the 3 blocks to downtown every day - so inspiring! Love the driftwood house - it is special! I am delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  12. Looks like you had fun! The driftwood house is so whimsical. Your garden is gorgeous as usual. Happy belated birthday to your dad. Quite an accomplishment! Hubby and I celebrated our 41st anniversary on the 4th. Now I will think of your dad on our special day also. Thanks so much for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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Thanks for your kind comment.
Rob

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