Saturday, September 13, 2014

LABOR OF LOVE

BEFORES





AFTERS






Thrilled to be chosen as "Yard of the Month" for the Hood. I am not prone to bragging, but the wonderful article in the monthly Hood Newsletter made my day.  It is an new ballgame gardening here, but I am learning.

Lots of plans for the yard for the future, but it has been great fun to this point!

16 comments:

  1. I loveeeeee your bungalow!!! BEAUTIFUL!!! CONGRATULATIONS. Have a happy Saturday! Blessings

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    1. Thank You & Happy Saturday to you, Friend!
      Bless You!

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  2. How cool! You've been officially welcomed, appreciated, embraced.

    Your little light is shining bright, Lulu ... and I celebrate that beauty with you this weekend!

    Hugs ...

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    1. Thank you, Linda for such sweet words. I never thought about my light shining, but I pray you are correct.
      Blessings, Friend!

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  3. Beautiful house Lulu! As a fellow gardener, I know how back breaking (and bank breaking) our love of beauty and plants can be. You should be proud. Take a bow. Congrats. ~:)

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    1. So THAT'S WHY my back hurts! Thank you, Sparky. LOVE to have my hands in the dirt!

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  4. Beautiful! Just like you! Sending love from Farmerville.

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    1. AWWW---THANK YOU--My Forever Home Sweet Home!

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  5. Wonderful. You have a lot of patience and skill. Gardening can be so tiring.

    God bless.

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  6. Hi Lulu! You did a ton of work here! I really like the new colors on your house, and your yard looks PERFECT! Your hard work has not gone unnoticed. Congratulations :)
    Putting a medal around your neck,
    Ceil

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    1. Well Ceil, thank you, but the house is still to be painted. The gold has to go in my book! Love having my hands in the dirt--so it was all fun!
      Sabbath Blessings, Friend!

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  7. Congratulations!! Not surprised, however. Apparently no "dillos". What a beautiful, "home sweet home" you've made for yourself!

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    1. Thank you---the only dillos are the yard art ones spaced throughout my yard. I get to tell the story anytime anyone comes over and comments about all the critters.

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Your comments keep my writing and often cause me to think. A written form of a hug or a pat on the back and an occasional slap into reality---I treasure them all!