Musing with Max

Musing with Max

September 24, 2012

Flowers in the (computer) house - September

So we arrived from vacation, after a week and a half away, on the last day of Summer only to find Fall. The garden is a mess, weeds, crazy tomato plants, wilting herbs. The only flowers are those starting to dry out on the pegee hydrangea. I don't want to miss Jane's flowers in the house party so I'll just cheat a little with the flowers I found on my trip.













and technically, they are in the house. I'm sure there will be much beauty to see at everyone else's house.

16 comments:

  1. There's always so much to do after a vacation. I bet Max is happy that you're home!

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  2. I think you are more than forgiven the cheat.

    Are you serving pastries?

    xo Jane

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  3. Don't you just love "urban flowers"? I love it that cities have invested a few bucks (or enlisted sponsors, or whatever) to spiff up their streets. It makes life in the city so much more civilized. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. I agree. It's such a simple thing that makes a tremendous difference.

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  4. so pretty...I love that little shop on the sidewalk...mums and lanterns. Perfect for fall.
    annie

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    1. The shop itself was right next to that, the window was full of pumpkins, really pretty.

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  5. We don't mind a little cheating. It's okay.

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  6. It is all about flowers, so you are not cheating. When we travel I always am interested in farmers' markets, gardens, garden shops and flower parks. Love seeing flowers anywhere.

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    1. I know, and I always like to see what other cultures and countries do to decorate with flowers. It's so much fun.

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  7. You're so allowed to cheat. I love seeing the flowers you found on your trip. I'm the sort who always wants to buy flowers when I travel, and of course can never bring them home because of customs restrictions, so photos are the way to go. Budapest looks beautiful. What a great city to visit.

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  8. Of course they are in your house and now they are in my house

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  9. The dog. It's all about your wonderful dog. Good photos of the flowers!

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    1. Yep, he is the prettiest flower of all.

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  10. lovely fall colours. Max must be very happy with you and your husband around :)

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  11. I do love window boxes...they are always so cheerful and really make the house in that photo.

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  12. Love the flower stand with its brightly coloured pots!

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