Tuesday, May 09, 2006

With Friends Like Blogger...

Ok, it seems Blogger was having conniptions. I typed up then lost my Trini Tuesday post and then couldn't log in or access anything at all. I'll get it together for tomorrow. In the meantime, after the aggravation I had yesterday and Blogger today I'm just going to post some nice relaxing pictures of stuff that's been defying my black thumb of death and grows in my garden in spite of me.

In other news...Isaac only has to be casted for 9 more days and he's allowed to play first base in the meantime. Very happy news for a 10 yr old who loves baseball. Also, after finally tracking down the prof in question she informed me I didn't have the dates wrong, she screwed it up. Several other students had also been in a panic. She reposted the exam and we were all able to access it at last. Technology, what a gas.

Onto the garden...

yellow

triazalea

bridalwreath

bleedingheart

pinktrillium

lilyofthevalley

Aaaaahhhhhh....I feel better already. I hope you do too.

17 comments:

Blueprincesa said...

No one with a real black thumb could grow such incredible flowers. BTW the photography is gorgeous, too.

gloria jean said...

Oh Lime, that's wonderful news! What a relief!

Cootera said...

Bleeding hearts and lilies of the valley... so sweet and purty. And YAY for Isaac! Good luck on your exam.

Blither said...

Lovely Lime! Truly Splendid! I would love to take a walk in your world! I love bleeding hearts they are so unusually and breathtaking - yet such a tragic name. Ahh Beautiful! Thanks Again Dear!

Moosekahl said...

Those are beautiful pictures. I wish I had pretty stuff growing.

And your letter is...."P". Enjoy :)

Mark Leslie said...

Wonderful pictures (and yes, relaxing and tranquil), but I'm still laughing my butt off about your "black thumb of death" comment.

MyUtopia said...

What a relief!

barefoot_mistress said...

How do you go from snow and rain to all those flowers so fast? It just doesnt happen that quickly here.....must be the coastal fog and stuff...
lovely, Lime!

steve said...

oh those are beautiful!

James Goodman said...

Wow, what a beautiful garden. :D

Phain said...

Purty flowers...I am blessed in that I'm probably the only person in the natural world that can kill silk plants!

Phaedrous said...

Lime,

I don't often comment though I do stop in daily. I wish you the best in your recovery and the same to your son as well. You have a gift for writing and I enjoy tagging along for the ride.

Your flowers are lovely. What a serving Spring gives up to us.

P.

Tommy Gunn said...

Beautiful shots girl. I apologise for my inattention to your broken body but can't wait to see your HNT this week. Grrrrrr. I'll be back.
Love ya
TG

snavy said...

Very beautiful!! It rained here all day - that really lifted my spirits!

lecram sinun said...

Thats all good news! :) The pics are fab (and so are you)

oh, and yes... blogger was a bastard all morning.

Breazy said...

I also have a black thumb but my husband can grow anything . The flowers are beautiful !

miss_lissa said...

Love the flower photographs! Time in my garden is one of my favorite things to do.
I'm glad to hear the exam is still posted for you!! What a relief.
Aaaaahhhh.. those flowers were so relaxing I'm going to look at them and invision chirping birds and a crisp breeze with a lingering of lilac (they're in blossom here now)