Friday, 10 April 2009

Thoughts and sentiments...

Flowers courtesy of Mother Nature... Bunny courtesy of Milly..


"The most noteworthy thing about gardeners is that they are always optimistic, always enterprising, and never satisfied. They always look forward to doing something better than they have ever done before." - Vita Sackville-West

Oh I couldn't agree more!

I wish you all a wonderful Easter weekend ... some time in your gardens to just sit and enjoy.

XX

31 comments:

Ragged Roses said...

What wonderful flowers, so so pretty ... methinks the bunny looks very much at home. We have a raindrenched day here and have spent a very soggy afternoon admiring the gardens of a NT property and seeking out those Easter bunnies ...
Have a wonderful weekend mon amie, Hope you get a chance to don your jodphurs and boots and stride around your garden in true Vita style
Mxxxx
Pavlova waiting for you, just got to make the raspberry sauce

LiLi M. said...

Have a happy Easter with your family too Michèle!

We have the best weather of this year so far. No jackets, a lot of too short skirts and too fat legs at the market. Somehow I love that. I do hope we are in the same high pressure area, so you can enjoy your garden too. p

BusyLizzie said...

Beautiful flowers & fab bunny!
Have a good weekend, Lizzie xx

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Simone said...

Happy Easter Michele. I don't think I will be spending much of the weekend out in the garden if today is anything to go by. It couldn't be any more miserable and drizzly! I will just have to stay in and eat chocolate!

The White Bench said...

Hi Michele!
Your photo is gorgeous, and I agree with you and Vita Sackville-West!
Have a bright and Happy Easter, and some relax in your garden too!
Monica.

Country Cottage Chic said...

Happy Easter to all the Cowboys & Custards!
I'm quite annoyed that the weather is so miserable - you know how much I want to get the front garden sorted out now.
I'll just have to eat chocolate instead!

Suzy's Vintage Attic said...

Hello Michèle,

I very much like your flower display.Very fresh looking. Garden flowers are the best in my opinion. Agree with Vita Sackville-West. I have visited her gardens in Sissinghurst, Kent. I love the white garden in particular.
I wish you a very Happy Easter.
Isabelle x

Tanya said...

If it would ever warm up long enough I could enjoy my garden. However, the broccoli and beets are thriving. I need to take a lesson from them! ha ha

silverpebble said...

Gorgeous little vase full of spring you have there Michele. Great quotation too - it's absolutely true here - my mind's forever full of plans for our little plot. Today I was dreaming of a little lilac tree.

Have a wonderful Easter
Emma
x

Sal said...

Happy Easter to all in your house, from all in ours!!
Have fun ;-)

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Awww...enjoy your garden Michele.
Happy Easter to you and your boys,
Niki x

Summer by the sea said...

Those flowers look gorgeous - sadly i don't have a garden, but Im hoping to work wonders in my little yard this summer - Natalie x

Carol said...

Hello Michele,
Me agree too!
I did buy that book after we spoke about it, the print is sooo small that it has put me off a bit from picing it up!
I have been busy busy in my gardens, new lawns down and lots of new lovley plants to put in.
It has been great to be outside.
CLeared my head!
Have a wonderful Easter with your men.
Much love,
Carol xx

A Bun Can Dance said...

Happy Easter Michelle! Your flower posy is delightful and so evocative of Springtime. Happy gardening to you! (PS:What fun it will be to dress up for our afternoon tea gathering...!) Denise x

Lyn said...

My sentiment exactly!
Happy Easter!
Love
Lyn
xxx

Vintage to Victorian said...

Have a lovely time over Easter Michele. I've woken up to sun this morning. Let's hope it's here to stay!
Sue x

Little Knitter Gem said...

Happy Easter!! Let's hope the weather improves!! :)

Gemma x x

Greentwinsmummy said...

So true lol! I am planning changes to the borders for next year & this years havent even grown up yet lol!!am frequently found stood or sat out there cup of tea in hand,squinting trying to picture how its going to look later in the year
have a great Easter
GTM x x

Vintage Amethyst said...

*Happy Easter Sunday*
Have a wonderful day Michele.
love
Alison
x

brave girl said...

I adore your blog! The colors are wonderful and your photos make me smile. The flowers are so sweet with the Easter Bunny beside them.

Happy Easter from the Pacific Northwest in the USA. It's raining and grey here, but it's Easter!

Kitschen Pink said...

sitting and enjoying! that's my kind of gardening! if I can just ignore the brambles growing in the background!

Frances - A Little Bit Vintage said...

Thank you Michelle... your springtime posy really does conjure up a feelgood smile... what is the little blue flower in the vase?
Happy Easter to you and yours.

Bye for now LOL Frances

5ft Inf said...

I'm a novice to all this, but feel rather inspired by your beautiful blog...I love the colours and the brightness, and am completely hooked by the new lives the old toys are now inhabiting.
Thanks
5ft infx

Redwoodhouse said...

Such beautiful easter flowers and a very pretty bunny..hope you had a lovely easter with the perfect weather that we had.
Jan

Heather said...

what a beautiful easter bouquet. hope you had a lovely holiday!~

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Kitsch and Curious Elaine said...

I was thinking of you over the weekend - we came to Bath AND did the garden. Hope you had a lovely weekend and are enjoying the school hols!

Kitsch and Curious Elaine said...

Thanks for the invite. Maybe next time when we don't have a visitor?

Re said...

What a wonderful quotation.

Priscila said...

how have u been? How was ur easter? I am trying to get rid of a bunch of stuff...the studio is just so overflowing with stuff!!! I made Christian a collage come check it out