Monday, April 5, 2010

Mosaic Monday


mosaic monday 

If you hurry over to Mary’s Little Red House, you can find some beautiful mosaics,  tell her Purple Goat Lady sent you!  You will get a discount?

finally something is blooming in my yard!

purple flowers best

white flowers best


Isn’t Spring beautiful?

Happy monday.



GrandmaK said...

OH!! The pictures are lovely!!! Thank you! Cathy

jaydubblah said...

Looks more like summer to me, still chilly here in UK and not much out yet.Happy MM Here's mine

bj said...

G'morning, lady...Your blooms are wonderful. We don't have too many around here yet.
Love your mosaics!!

Its So Very Cheri said...

Those are gorgeous. I hope you had a wonderful Easter too.
Thanks for the sweet e-mail.


Brynwood Needleworks said...

Your blossoms are stunning! Thanks for sharing.

LV said...

My, things are really in bloom in your area. We have several lovely wisteria bushes, but they make you sneeze.

Carol said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures with us! Have a great Monday!!!


black eyed susans kitchen said...

Beautiful mosaics! I love the scents and colors that are popping up all around us right now...its hard not to smile!
♥, Susan

Loui said...

here in Denver, leaves are just swollen buds on the trees..
I've seen a few tulips and daffodils ..
but mostly, Spring is either being timid..
or sensible by her cautiousness..
will keep up my vigil tho..
and as soon as she shows herself..
will let EVERYONE know!
Your mosaics are beautiful!!
warmest hugs..

Dolores said...

Oh my goodness, the flowers/mosaics are absolutely gorgeous!!
Spring has sprung here in south Texas, and the wildflowers are prettier than any of us can ever remember.
I love spring!

Beth said...

Oh, Barbara!!! How truly beautiful!! I wish I could grow wisteria - yours are so pretty. Love the spirea too! Agree - spring is the best - it's a gift from our Creator! Hope you had a happy Easter Barbara!
Hugs, Beth

Naturegirl said...

Your flowering trees and bushes and are a feast for the eyes!

Lavender Cottage said...

Beautiful blossoms! It is so nice to enjoy flowers from other areas until our own are ready.

Michelle @ Sweet Something said...

Spring IS beautiful! Wonderful mosaics!

Bobbi said...

I love your mosaics! I hope that you have a wonderful new week!

Meri said...

I love the delicate color of wisteria and their pendulus forms. Nice mosaic display.

Jo said...

Oh how envious I am of your gorgeous spring flowers. We are still waiting patiently. So far all we have is green clumps of grass and the forsythia and waiting impatiently for the red buds and dogwood.

Have a wonderful week.

Amy said...

Howdy from another East Texas gal. I love your pictures. They are gorgeous. I am happy as a lark with this Texas weather. My first spring here. I am thrilled to have stuff growing.

Have a lovely day.

Wanda Lee Of The Plumed Pen said...



Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

I think you do have blooms!!! Lovely...beautiful...yummy...

Jennifer Juniper said...

Such beautiful flowers! None of those here in Pittsburgh yet, so I'll just look at yours :)

Michelle said...

Beautiful pictures and I love the name for your blog. Thank you for sharing. Greetings and happy Easter from Vancouver Island. Michelle

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Lovely mosiacs. What is the purple flowers. Is it wisteria or lilac?? I could not tell. Valerie

sweet european dreams said...

wow...your yard looks VERY different from mine! we're still pretty bleak in CO, but we do have Pike's Peak to look at, so I guess I shouldn't complain. love your fun yard colors!

Shelia said...

Hi Barbara! Oh, look at all your beautiful blooming going on. The wisteria is so glorious. We lost some bushes after the freeze we had. That's a little unusual around here.
Thank you for popping in to see me and Grandmotherhood is fab!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Nancy said...

Your yard is stunning. What beautiful blooms! Thanks for sharing! Thanks for entering my giveaway too, and for posting it on your blog.

Katie said...

Gorgeous! We have a few weeks before we'll see anything like that in Iowa! Thanks for stopping by my blog. :)

~CC Catherine said...

Hey Barbara! What a lovely blog! Thanks for stopping by today and for your sweet comment. Do you have a fax# I could fax the bedtime prayer to you? If not, I'll type it up and email it to you. Just let me know! :) ~CC Catherine

32˙North said...

Your wisteria is fabulous!


Shelley said...

I've very envious of all your blooms! I just had the daffodils come up over the past couple days!

Vintage Linen Treasures said...

Hi Barbara,
Thank you for stopping by my blog and for inviting me to yours. I'm definitely a new follower. I'm sort of new to Texas. Loving it, but it's SO different the CA.
Patricia :o)
Beautiful pictures. The first is wisteria, but what's the white one?

Mimi said...

Hi Barbara!!!!
Your flowers are just so pretty!!!
Love those purple ones!!!! Went to a baby shower last week-end and they had 4 or 5 goats!!!! They live in a farm community, so they use them for a lawn mower maybe!!!!haha
Have a great week
how is the Northern country???
still cool???

Vickie said...

Good morning! Good to visit with you again - I've been remiss in visiting... too busy with the mother in law. Thanks for coming by!

Your mosaics are beautiful!!! I love wisteria. We had a huge vine that was taking over and killing some our pine trees. Wound up having to take both trees down. But it's gorgeous. I just bought a big bride's bouquet to set out in my yard at the farm. My mom complained - she says she's too allergic to it! I sure hope I'm not!

Sorry I can't help you with the turkeys...Whose blog was I reading, hmmmm... There was somebody who had a wild turkey hen take up residence at their home - even went so far as to get chummy with the husband - rode around in the back of the truck and even on his ATV Mule! Funniest thing I've seen in awhile!

Vickie said...

Your profile is so funny! Glad you're in Texas tho!

becca said...

i bet that wisteria smells incredible right about now. i love it! it is so completely southern and beautiful, as are the azaleas. thanks for stopping by my blog. i'm following you now!

Nola @ the Alamo said...

That wisteria is beautiful; I think I can almost smell it. That one week a year when it's blooming is heavenly.