What's making me happy What’s Making Me Happy: July 17 July 17, 2020 Laurie Graves 40 Comments Here and there in the sea of green in my gardens are splashes of other colors. Ah, July! Busy, busy finishing the story for my podcast, so there isn’t time to write much more. But the gardens speak for themselves, don’t you think? Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
40 thoughts on “What’s Making Me Happy: July 17”
They speak beautifully, Laurie! Of colour, of wonder, of peace. And a little piece of magic there as well!
Wonderful cheery colors!
What lovely colours, they gladden the eye.
There’s something wrong with anybody who doesn’t like flowers! Hi Laurie. Have a real good weekend.
I passed some beautiful flowers on my morning walk today.
That is a nice hosta.
Lovely flowers! Good luck with your writing.
Thanks so much!
Vibrantly beautiful! Red Monarda is a real show-stopper!
They say – hey, look at me. 🙂
Sure do! And I do.
Such stunning flowers – no words necessary.
Your flowers say ‘be happy’!
Thanks! They sure make me happy.
They do, indeed
Your summer flowers are lovely, Laurie! Bee balm (monarda) is a favorite of mine.
Thanks, Lavinia. Me, too. And such a wonderful smell.
Stay safe and healthy.
These are beautiful. I envision you on your patio having something cold and admiring them.
The garden looks fabulous, love the beautiful hostas! Good luck with the podcast, I’m looking forward to the first episode!!!
I hope all’s going well for the podcast. Love the red artwork of the wind or a flame? I’d love to know the story behind that one.
It’s wind and I bought it at a local nursery. Alas, not artisan made.
Hi, Laurie – Your garden does speak for itself. It is absolutely stunning…with lots to say! 😀
Beautiful splashes of colour Laurie and we wish you happy writing! 🤗💖 xxx
Flowers do, indeed, speak eloquently. Good luck with your Podcast, Laurie.
Your flowers are cheerfully eloquent.
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