Saturday, May 30, 2009

Pink Saturday

Happy Pink Saturday
everyone! Today promises to be gorgeous. Very low chance of rain! I love the rain, but Lynn really needs to mow our lawn!!!Also, we havent been able to plant our tomato plants!!!This week while visiting I happened upon the most gorgeous mountain laurel. I love the star pattern so prevalent in God's creation.... never more beautiful than in this specimen.
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Enjoy more PINK Saturday by visiting Beverly at How Sweet the Sound!

11 comments:

  1. With our little PINK SATURDAY having a birthday this week, I am on "pink overload" and that is difficult to do to me! I'm lovin' it like crazy!

    What lovely pinks this week you have, my dear. The better to see your through my rose colored glasses!☺

    Have a great weekend. Not all that warm up in my neck of the woods but the sun is out and that makes the day good. I hope you are surrounded by those you love and that you, too, are bathed in sunshine.

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  2. you are so right, it is beautiful, happy pink saturday, Char

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  3. Very pretty! Have a wonderful Pink Saturday!

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  4. I wish I could get mountain laurels to grow here..too hot! Happy Pink Saturday ~ I hope you have a great weekend ~ Susan

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  5. Heck, I put up my food blog because I just couldn't stand NOT sharing the great recipes I had found and used over the years. You know how it is when you just HAVE to share something☺ Keep coming back...there will be some great stuff for you to make, eat and gift to those you love.

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  6. Oh how nice to grow those flowers with soft pink hues :-) Pretty!

    Happy PS!

    Li

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  7. I love your birdies!
    Pretty pinks, too

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  8. These are beautiful! What a pretty post for Pink Saturday! Have a wonderful week!

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  9. Happy Pink Saturday to you, dear Carolyn. I know I'm late getting here, but I am still out making pink visits.

    That plant is gorgeous. I have seem them on some of our trips to the mountains, too.

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  10. What a beautiful flower! I've never thought about the star pattern being so prevalent before. Now I will be watching for it more often. I do know that's one of the reasons I love the Heavenly Blue morning glories, and also MoonFlowers because of the stars in the middle! Isn't God wonderful to give us such beauty and such variety? He didn't have to do that, but He loved us so much He gave us all this beauty to enjoy!

    Have a lovely day!
    Margie :)

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