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Friday, May 1, 2009

Merry May Day

What my rose garden may look like in a couple of weeks!

MERRY MAY DAY

May is a month for major growth, as you can see from the photo above. Here's wishing all my creative friends a fun, productive new month.

(And a postscript, I've been visiting my blog friends this week, but a busy end of month beginning of new month has kept me from commenting as much as I prefer. To my readers, please visit my favorite blogs listed here--they're all fabulous!)

10 comments:

Lynnette Labelle said...

That's a beautiful rose garden. It'll be a while before our flowers are in bloom. I'm not sure if it even hit 50 degrees today. UGH! Spring is taking forever to get here.

Lynnette Labelle
http://lynnettelabelle.blogspot.com

Conda V. Douglas said...

Hi Lynette, welcome to my blog! Your blog is a lot of fun, I'll be back to visit often! Thanks for the compliment on my rose garden. I love it and the hummingbird who lives there all summer long.

Kathy McIntosh said...

I'm ready for some blooming roses, also!
Instead we have rain, lots of it.
As for new beginnings, I've begun to set up a new PC and transfer stuff to it. So my blogging friends may not hear from me for a while. Keep having crashes.

Dave King said...

Me too: I am behind with my commenting. A belated happy month to you.

Conda V. Douglas said...

More rain, today, Kathy--as you know! Hope your computer problems resolve soon!

Conda V. Douglas said...

I understand Dave! And thanks for the well wishes!

Rebecca Taunton said...

Those roses look wonderful. Mine are just starting to make an appearance but they won't look as good as yours, I'm sure.

I wish you a productive and successful new month (though I'm a little behind on writing this comment!!).

The Muse said...

Hi Conda!

I hear you on the busy front.

I miss my rose bushes. I can almost smell yours!

Take care!

Helen Ginger said...

Gorgeous roses. Do you pick some to bring inside?

We have a rose tree out front, but the roses are a bit too small to bring inside for a vase, but each year, the tree has more and more roses on it. This year it bloomed some white ones to go with the pink.

Helen
http://straightfromhel.blogspot.com

Conda V. Douglas said...

Yes, thanks to my partner's prep work, I have many cut roses all summer long, Helen.

A rose tree sounds lovely though too.