Dirt to curtains & everything in between...
The joys & sometimes trials of a simple country life.
I love wisteria. We had it 'gone wild' in our yard in SC. It was throughout the massive oak trees and when it was in blossom, it was beautiful.
I can almost smell spring looking at this photo. Good luck!
I love that wisteria - I found you through the gardening gone wild contest. I entered, but hopefully wasn't too late. I moved from the US (Florida) to Australia, so we have something in common!
Kelsie, the wisteria is amazing! I'm going to be referring to this photo when I build my stained glass wisteria lamp so I know what one looks like. Gorgeous!
Wow. Gorgeous shots, Kelsie! I love wisteria.Thank you for visiting my little blog and sharing your heart. But please do not feel sad about what I wrote about the emails! What I was trying to say is that there are a few bloggers that never (never) leave a comment on my blog - they just email me to thank me for visiting their blog and leaving a comment and that's it. They don't seem interested in visiting me or in commenting on anything I have to say - so I take that to mean that they do not care to know me.You have opened my eyes, reminding me that some people have limited internet time/usage. Please visit when you can and I will visit you too - I love your country home posts!Hugs,Zuzu
Kelsie,I adore all your photography...my all time favorite is the blossom on the pumpkin!Fondly,Pat
what beautiful flowers and i can't wait to try the baked bean recipe! stopping by from brighton park. we have chickens too (under the french hens page if you stop by). blessings to you! love your blog.
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