Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Porch and Tea Garden

Thank you for your kind comments regarding my lilies of the tea garden. Some asked for a picture of the tea garden, and I found these in my files. They don't show the stone pathway though --- I'll try to get a picture of that soon, but first I have a few weeds to pull! The back porch railing allows me to lean against it in three directions, giving me many views of the garden. My porch decor changes from season to season, and what you see in the picture is actually from last summer. It's been cool and rainy enough this spring that I haven't unpacked most of the furnishings from the garden barn yet. There is always something to do! If you click on the picture, you will get a larger view. Enjoy a blessed day!


  1. Anonymous12:31 PM

    This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

  2. It's so pretty. What a wonderful place to have tea. Hmmm I wonder if I could do something with my tiny back porch. You've got me thinking. Thanks. Linda

  3. My apologies for not deleting the 'offending comment' as soon as it was posted --- as I was not 'here' to see it. Shame on "Vera" for posting such an ungracious comment for our group of bloggy friends to read.

  4. How could someone post an unkind remark here?

    It is beyond me. I was reading through blogs earlier today and saw where another blogger had to respond to a nasty comment someone left her.

    So far since I have been moderating comments, I haven't had anymore. I guess it isn't as much fun to make evil comments if it is just seen by the moderator. :)


  5. Thanks for your gracious comment, Brenda. You are correct on all counts. I remember the ugly comments you received on your blog as well --- sad state of affairs, huh! I'm glad that you haven't had more of them.


  6. What beautiful photos of the view from your porch. Wow!

  7. Clarice, you are SO funny! I do leave my porch sometimes! LOL!


Thank you for commenting on my blog post. I am always happy to hear from blog readers. Your words encourage and inspire me. I am glad you stopped by to share conversation, recipes, ideas, and thoughts on creating a welcoming home.