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Monday, May 23, 2011

A quick update

     I've been busy with the camera today.  I took pics of my flowers for this year.  I'd call it my garden, but I just have pots...  Anyways, I have pink Celosia and purple Petunias everywhere on my balcony.  The Morning Glories are just starting to vine so no flowers on them yet.  They're slow starters this year.  You can see the flowers here.  I didn't want to upload so many piccys to my blog, so I started an album for them.  The two really big pots on the front porch have only been planted for a couple of days, so they're not doing really well yet.  And I have another pic of Yes Dear, this time sitting on her scratcher.  You can see it here.  I hope you're all having a very nice day.  It's pretty here.  Sunny and about eighty degrees.  A little warm, but not so much that I can't breathe!!


Tama said...

Such a pretty, PRETTY kitty! I love her markings.
Your flowers are almost as pretty as she is :D

mdgtjulie said...

LOL, thanks Tama. She is a pretty thing. I call her that all the time, lol, and of course she just eats it up!! The flowers are doing quite well, and it's rained enough that I rarely have to water them!

Rhona said...

Beautiful flowers, hoping it won't be too long til mine look like that!

mdgtjulie said...

They've been working for a while. I try to harvest the seeds every year (near the end of the year) but these were so gorgeous I had to buy them from the grocery store. I hope they produce lots of seeds!! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!! I wish you the best of luck with yours!

Joysze said...

Awwwwh, just look at your gorgeous flowers, Julie. I love them!

mdgtjulie said...

Thanks Joysze. I really am impressed with how the Petunias are doing. They must be eight inches tall now!!