Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Flower Show Up North

Thank you all for your comments on yesterdays post, they're much appreciated.

Phew, that's better, I'm back on the big computer. Mark has been this morning and sorted everything out for me, he is a treasure. I don't know what I'm going to do without him when he leaves for a new life in Australia in October :o(  I'm not going to be selfish and say I wish he wasn't going. He is doing the best for his family, and I wish them all the luck in the world. I hope they have a great life, but I will miss him because he is my friend as well as my computer fixer. So good luck Mark and his family.

I thought a few pretty pretty pics are needed here to brighten the blog up. Let's have some colour. I've been keeping my eyes open whilst walking around the village, looking for nice flower displays in front gardens. Some people make a great effort it makes the village look lovely at this time of year, and I certainly appreciate it as do many others I should imagine.

So here we go, I have tried not to identify the house, focussing more on the flowers. Hope you like them.




















Toodle pip, catch you tomorrow

10 comments:

  1. Blooming lovely Ilona :0)

    Seems there are some other cat lovers in your village too!

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  2. Gorgeous displays...I noticed some cat people decorations!
    Jane x

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  3. It's been raining here all day, drab and grey all day, not a hint of sunshine.
    The lovely flower photos cheered me up....thanks!
    Glad you got your computer fixed. I am at a loss without mine anytime it has a problem, so I know you are happy to get yours back.

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  4. Pretty flowers! I love the cat statue. It could sit with my bunny statue.

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  5. Lovely flowers. I have one of those cats too, it's a Bast but the black paint that was originally on it has worn off. I hope your friend will find you another computer fixer.

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  6. I am late reading your blog and so glad, this really brightened the start of my day. Pam

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  7. I love to see other people's garden displays, it brightens up so many lives.

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  8. Your village is looking lovely! Do you grow many flowers?

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  9. Add my voice to the chorus of lovely cats to match the lovely flowers. Unfortunately I'm not gardening inclined, although I do love to look at the hard work of other homeowners. I think England has the most fantastic gardeners. Thanks for sharing the photos.

    Leslie from New Orleans

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  10. Hi Bry, no I don't grow flowers. I have a few but they just keep popping up year after year. I prefer my borders to be covered with evergreen bushes all the year round. I haven't the patience to keep digging things up and replanting, I like low maintenance.

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