May 6, 2007

Sunday from the backyard

Raspberry Splash, Pulmonaria-Lungwort

A Sunday walk on our property

Rue Anemone or Wood Anenome

A new patch of newly birthed Christmas Ferns

More Wood Anenomes that refused to stand still in the gentle breeze

Our lovely Shaggy Birch

The white birch provides a shelter for weary woodland creatures

Red Trillium

Skunk Cabbage in it's full glory

A winter left over partridge berry


Lovella said...

Kimmie, I so enjoyed the walk around the property with you this morning. I also really enjoyed the walk around your blog.

You have such a lovely family, so blessed. I'll be back to check how your family continues to thrive and grow in love.

Anonymous said...

Hi Kimmie,

I like your new blog! Just love the pictures of your children on the side and all the wonderfully encouraging traits about them. You are a great mom.

The pictures around your house are lovely. I love spring, when everything is waking up and coming to life again. God has given us a beautiful world.

Blessings, Jenny

Islandsparrow said...

Hi Kimmie - what lovely pictures! I enjoyed reading about your beautiful family.
Thanks for dropping by my blog for a visit!
Many blessings!

Heather said...

What a beautiful walk--make sme long for the woods I grew up in.

Karen said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. Your blog is beautiful too, and so is your family. I wish we could adopt.

If you're in the NE US you are not too far away as the world goes. But maybe it wouldn't be close enough to mentor in cross-stitch. I think cross-stitch is about the easiest craft to learn. If you really want to learn, find a store that specializes in cross-stitch and ask someone to show you, recommend a good instruction book, or take a class (I never did, but I talked to store owners about how to do it along the way). Then find a design you really like, and go for it! Most of my projects take me several years to finish (it is a hobby, not a job), so I make sure I really like them before I start.

Looking forward to getting to know you better.

Randi said...

The pictures are lovely! It looks like many things are growing around your house these days.

I have your blog bookmarked and i will be back to visit soon!

Stacy said...

Beautiful! I am SO happy I finally get to leave a comment, here. Blogger comments have been problematic lately and I keep coming by to comment but... CAN'T.

Love to you!

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