Monday, April 21, 2014

Changing Seasons

 I'm loving watching my "garden curtains" turn red!
 My sister's zinnia's
 Some of my Mum's flowers . . .


 . . . and home again


Back to school in the morning, but I've done a lot in these last 2 weeks.
So I feel quite satisfied.  The hard bit will be getting up early in the morning!
Good Night Holidays . . .
till next time!

8 comments:

Thimbleanna said...

Your garden always looks so beautiful! It's always so fun to read about you moving into the opposite season that we enter. Have fun back at school!

Willow said...

Those are indeed gorgeous garden curtains !
Glad you had a lovely few weeks off.

Susan said...

I love your description as garden curtains... that's just how they look too.
Beautiful flowers, love the hibiscus bud about to unfurl especially.
Have a good (short) week ;D)

Skyline Spirit said...

pretty nice blog, following :)

WendyBee said...

As always, I love your pictures. The flowers and leafy vines are just beautiful. I am glad that you share them with the world. It really brightens my day.

Liz McMahon said...

Hey Annie, is that the Ornamental Grape vine? Garden's looking good...xxx

Sam said...

Hi Annie, Amazing garden you got there. And it's really nice that you share a passion with your family as well. Nice flowers! Everything looks great. Keep it up and happy spring!

WJB said...

We havnt had enough cold weather for the leaves to be turning wonderful colours. A Japanese maple is making a brave show here. I love your curtains too.