Monday, May 27, 2013

Coming soon

My peonies,
and I can't wait!
 
Enjoy this beautiful week!

22 comments:

  1. what? beautiful photo, but i'm curious.

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  2. My peonies just have very small buds, glad to see yours are ahead ofours. M cannot wait, either!

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  3. Oh' my Kate, those are so beautiful. I'd love to have peonies here. I know you're looking forward to nice summer weather and plenty of pretty peonies. Enjoy every one of them for me.

    Hugs… Tracy@CottonPickinCute

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  4. I'm waiting for my peonies to make an appearance too but they look so small right now I'm wondering if I'll see them at all this summer!

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  5. Hi, Kate,

    How wonderful your parents are coming. I hope you all have the best time together. Congratulations to your son on his graduation. Wishing him great blessings for a bright future.

    Hugs!
    Nancy

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  6. Peonies are fabulous, and they don't do real well here, so I have not tried to grow them. Love em tho.

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  7. I have so enjoyed watching the progression of the peonies during my morning walks. Since it has not gotten super hot yet ... they have lasted a long time.

    Jenny had pink peonies for her wedding flowers.

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  8. are your peonies blooming? we are entering the 'dog days'
    down here but happy our tornadic spring is gone.

    off to the mountains on friday . . .

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  9. it made me smile when you said, "i may not have what
    the jones have . . . ", because that is my friend patricia's
    (who i mentioned in the post) name! :)

    loved your comment! "first world problems"

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  10. you"re smart to start a wedding file,
    but be forewarned, the bride may
    not like what's in your file. :)

    the groom . . . who is still unknown
    won't care much about anything.

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  11. how's your summer going? i've been in the mountains
    all summer, where it is wonderful.

    after your green acres comment, i am forced to picture
    you with a giant hay'fork' :)

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  12. What lovely flowers! And love the mason jar. Thanks for sharing! Xo, M&K at brewedtogether.com

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  13. hey you! thanks for the sweet summer wishes.
    we are having a wonderful summer but home
    from the mountains :( back to 95 and humid.

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  14. Hi honey I left you a comment on your post before this telling you how much I have missed you. lol
    Your a sweetheart and I think of you often.
    I love love your peonies and wish that I could have them here but Texas heat is too gruesome for them. Another reason I wish I lived near you. haha
    Sending you much love
    Maggie

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  15. hi kate!

    you must be dreading the winter
    the way we dread the summer
    down here. i hope you have a
    long fall and a short winter. :)

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  16. Dear Kate,

    Apple crisp and ice cream is just too yummy for words. Fall has finally really begun here even though it is still pretty warm. I had a birthday two weeks ago and have as usual been running about busy since then. I hope you enjoyed your baking day. It sounded marvelous to me.

    Thinking of you and sending a big hug your way.

    Nancy

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  17. I just came from Libbie's ~ Love the Party Planning business, you certainly
    are the one with all the fabulous ideas! I "Liked" your FB page, you'll
    probably wonder who in the world Cheryl Goode MacKinnon was!

    Miss You
    xox
    Cheryl

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  18. So good to hear from you! I hope you had a wonderful fall. Wishing you the merriest of Christmases.

    Big hugs!
    Nancy

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  19. Happy New Year, Kate! I hope this is your best year yet!
    You must have a few feet of snow by now.

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  20. Hi Kate! We survived CHristmas and New Year's! Thank you
    for your sweet comments at my place. I keep wanting to tell
    my parents, "I raised five teenagers, and I am NOT tolerating
    this . . ." but of course, I can't say that to my parents. sheesh.

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  21. I am SO sorry Spring takes such a long time to visit you.
    Next summer, when I am sweltering, though, I will be
    happy for you. We had Spring and daffodils last week,
    but it turned chilly again today. Tomorrow 75. :) My
    husband just returned from Milwaukee and forgot his
    coat! Yikes!!

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  22. Dear Kate.

    It hasn't been easy for me to get where I am. I completely understand the love of beautiful things. It's taken me years to get here and I'm still not done. It's coming along though. I keep telling myself, "baby steps . . . baby steps . . .

    Hugs!
    Nancy

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