Monday, March 22, 2010

Monday and Blue Poppies

Weather means more when you have a garden. There's nothing like listening to a shower and thinking how it is soaking in around your plants. ....Marcelene Cox

How can I be blue today ...I have found three more blogs of interest from our last pink Saturday

Today is a new day. You will get out of it just what you put into it....whether yesterday was full of sun or storm or one of those dull days with no weather at begins each morning


  1. Beautiful blue mosaic. Belated happy birthday to the precious little grand. I agree about the rain. It is raining again in Kentucky. Yesterday and today also. Waiting for the flowers. Blessings

  2. very cute post.. love all the blue!!

  3. Good Morning Sweetie...
    Happy Blue Monday. Beautiful post, and I so adore these beautiful blue poppies. I never knew there was such a thing. Aren't they just the grandest color ever? Oh I am going to check into blue poppies. I would so love to have some for my garden.

    Your mosiac of garden flowers,kittens and butterflies is just gorgeous. Outstanding job.

    Have a beautiful Monday sweetie. Country hugs and much love, Sherry

  4. Those poppies are so pretty! We actually had blue skies and nice weather today. I am going to check out the blogs you nentioned. Especially yard sales and crochet -- sounds like a good combination to me. Lots of love, Tammy

  5. What a nice post! Yesterday was a storm for me, so I'm looking forward to a better day today! Thanks for the encouragement! I don't think I've ever seen blue poppies....they are beautiful!



  6. Love the blue poppies. Life does begin each morning and I try to make the best of the day.
    love your blog.

  7. Are those Siberian blue poppies? I planted some last year.

  8. Beautiful blue mosaic.
    We missed the worst of a weekend snow storm. It went farther south.
    I have tulips popping up. Hey!!!
    I can't wait to plant more flowers.
    Thanks for sharing.

  9. Oh my, your blues are absolutely gorgeous. I love blue flowers, but they are hard to have as perennials here in Minneapolis. Thank you for visiting my "glitter" post, but nothing compares to the beauty of natures own GLITZ!!!!

    Thank you, ANita

  10. Those poppies are exquisite!