Worry is like a rocking chair, it's gives you something to do but gets you nowhere!

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Here's The Truth ...and Header Challenge

Please visit the other team members listed in my sidebar to see what they have in their headers for "Up In The Sky" chosen by me!
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I've got a long way to go...

Header Challenge this afternoon "Up In The Sky".......

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Today I am Thankful for being able to photograph my gardens for a different perspective...sigh

40 comments:

Julie said...

Such sweeping views of your lushious spaces!!! Beautiful. Looks like you could be done, if you ask me! I know you have your vision though...best wishes with future plans!!! :)

Marydon Ford said...

Oh, sweetie, your landscaping is lovely ... I love the creativeness to the designs. I am never done changing my gardens ...

Have a great week.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Rebecca said...

I like your "Truth"!

Dave@TheHomeGarden said...

Wow it all looks good to me!

NanaK said...

I love seeing landscape views. Yours are lovely. I especially enjoyed seeing your planted wheelbarrows and wagons and seeing how you've placed them. The paths look so inviting. Thanks for a look at the "truth" of your gardens.

Becca's Dirt said...

I don't know what you mean "you've got a long way to go". I love looking at the big picture of your gardens. They are so well manicured. You have so much garden art and such a variety of containers. You have so many beds. You must be outdoors all the time.

imac said...

Wow, big garden Darla, no wonder you get busy.lol.

Wonderful and Arty too.

Nancy's Notes said...

Darla, oh my heavens, your gardens are incredibly beautiful, truly stunning! Thanks for sharing such beauty with us this morning, I loved the morning walk!

Nancy

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Darla it looks so wonderful. Your beds are so neat and pretty and look at all of the yard space you have left to dig up for more flowers LOL! Your driveway bed turned out so good and I love the long bed through your yard. I am jealous of all the room you have.

Ruth said...

Your gardens are LOVELY! It looks so beautiful! I don't think you need to feel discouraged at all! :)

Rusty in Miami said...

Your garden and neighborhood look beautiful, I wish I had such a large garden to work in.

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

It looks beautiful and full and colorful! You work hard on your garden and it shows.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

You might think that you have a lot of work to do, but wow. How very neat and tidy is your garden. I love the swooping views, and the curves.

It looks wonderful to me.

Jen

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Your gardens look lovely.I am always amazed at how gardens progress over the course of a summer.
Blessings,Ruth

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Darla: It looks like you have come a long way to me.

Paula said...

WOW your gardens are so lovely - The plants ae getting more and more lush. THe hosta's are amazing! Thanks for posting these pix of your whole gardens - love them! Paula from Idaho

~The Robin's Nest~ said...

The truth is BEAUTIFUL! Just beautiful!

Hey, yes, same grandma, thanks for remembering. My mom had always prayed that when Grandma went that it would be in her sleep. She passed on at 5 in the evening without a peep in her sleep-Very peacefully. We were blessed to have so many great years with her. AND the 5 generation photo too-Plus my brother got a video of her playing the three little piggys with Noelles toes. God really has blessed us.
Thanks Darla,

Robin~♥

Jan (Thanks For Today) said...

'The Truth' is Gorgeous, AS IS! You may have a long way to go...but where you are NOW is just lovely;-) Hope you are enjoying your summer. The garden changes all the time and in my opinion will never 'get' to where we want it!!

~Gardener on Sherlock Street said...

It was so nice to walk through your garden. It looks great but I'm sure there's a bigger show coming. I like your use of the bricks in one of your beds.

tina said...

You've done an awesome job and all your hard work has paid off. It's beautiful!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I love that flower I can't spell. Glad eee olia or something.

imac said...

The Moon up in the sky, nice one Darla.
You certainly captured it well.

Twisted Fencepost said...

Wish I had as much time to spend in the vegetable and flower gardens as you. They are beautiful!
And I love the header! Cool shot!!

Tom said...

What a great garden you have... you relly must have green fingers.. your header is 'Moontastic' ;o)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Darla: We certainly did think along the same lines, Great shot of the Blue Moon.

Becca's Dirt said...

Love the header Darla. I like your moom the best. The blue of the sky is so pretty.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Your yard is gorgeous, Darla... I really don't know how you keep up with it. We work 24/7 it seems--and ours is about 1/4th as large as yours....

The header is neat also...
Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

Your yard and gardens are beautiful, but I know there is always something that needs to be done. I really like you r header photo.

Lola said...

It's looking good Darla. I know you must spend 3/4 of your time in the garden & it shows.
Wish mine looked half as good.

Gail's Man said...

Glad I don't have such a big garden as yours, as I would never get it sorted out. I have trouble now with our postage stamp of a graden.

bennie and patsy said...

Love the header and your garden family park is just grand.You must have placed a bench or two somewhere.
Patsy

Dorothy said...

Looks like somebody has been working! That doesn't just 'happen' on its own! Beautiful!

Gail said...

It's absolutely wonderful Darla! ...and so is the header! gail

Diana (Di) said...

Darla, your garden looks lovely and peaceful... much reflection. Hope you have a wonderful week.

Susie said...

Girl your yard looks so beautiful and organized.

Grace Peterson said...

If it weren't so late [11:46pm] I'd sit and stare at these photos for hours. What a lovely landscape. I love all the green with surrounding the delicious borders. Oh Darla you're so talented. How nice it must be to live in this beautiful place.

Meems said...

Hi Darla,
You've come a very long way since you first started blogging. I remember when so many of those beds and structures were started. Your garden is looking so lush and full up there in Tallytown. It's so nice you have so much space to create and design. It's never ending inspiration!

Tootsie said...

Oh WOW....this is absolutely gorgeous...it is like a park! I desperately need to see more!!!! I read about your dad...I am so glad he got the best news...thank heaven for miracles.
My internet is so slow this week that I am ready to give up..it comes and goes...and then takes forever to load anything...the neighbors are saying the same so I am glad it's not my puter!!!
hugs girl...I miss you...will be in touch soon...just need a few more hours in a day...and possibly 24 hours a day of sunlight...been working from dawn till dark outside...it's slow going...so many heavy things to move etc...

Martha (MM) said...

Gorgeous header Darla and wonderful garden shots, everything looks so beautiful! Have a great weekend :-)

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Wow, I've gotten behind! I'm glad I came back to see what I've missed. Your property truly is "Flowerville".