Thursday, December 10, 2009

A SEA OF....

HYDRANGEAS! Second summer here.. and my cuttings from Palmerston North are looking great!

ABOVE: my favourite one.

ABOVE: WOULD ya look at that! TWO passionfruit... a whole two.. maybe next year we will get more? Hopefully B and G will NOT pick them off before they are ready. I might have to throttle them if they do!



ABOVE: a sea of... are they Agapantha's??? Whatever, I just sprayed weed killer on the whole lot down the right side... that is where we are going to store the KAYAK when Santa brings it! *smiles*

Today... well don't have any plans, hoping it's fine so I can get some sun.... might potter around in the garden....

EXCITMENT! I bought a new dress for Stew's Work Christmas 'Do' on saturday!!! Will probably show you all ON SATURDAY.....
ABOVE: ALRIGHT... I felt sorry for ya.. here's a SNEAK PEEK at the dress. na na nah nah!
End of Day.. and Shit a Brick it's midnight! Mum, Stew and I have been yakking all night! must go to bed.. nite nite.

11 comments:

  1. Great to see you are feeling more cheerful. Keep up the good work

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  2. I'm still remembering a dress you showed in a shop window a few months (or more) ago. I loved that dress...wanted it for a wedding I was going to. Sigh! I bet yours is just as cool. Please show full pic.

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  3. Chris

    Glad to see Teddy pictures on your blog, he is a dear little guy and does look quite handsome with his christmas haircut. Good groomers are hard to find, especially mobile ones. Martine

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  4. Love your hydrangeas - very pretty indeed!! Sounds like you're having a good week so far, keep hold of that feeling.

    Jess

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  5. The flowers look great......I lvoe the colour of your fav one.

    Would love to see more of the dress, but something tells me we will have to wait till Saturday.

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  6. I see there was unshine in Auckland today! Not the case in Wellington ... : (

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  7. Aww, I had almost forgotten about hydrangers. We had lots at the front of our old house before my mum rebuilt and I used to help my grandma blue hers too. I really should get some too.

    Like the look of the dress!

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  8. Whoops... miss spelled.

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  9. Those hydrangeas are beautiful! My mum has one of those bushes, but all the flowers are just one colour, the blue/purple - I've never seen a multi-coloured one, it's pretty!

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  10. Teddy is a darling child! Thanks for showing us the pics and the smile on your face!
    Micki

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  11. Beautiful flowers! I love hydrangeas and hope to have some when we get a new house (one of these days).

    I also love the purple/blue ones. Funny that the soil acidity changes some of them.

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