Tuesday, August 18, 2009

I made a special monster pillow for Amber to haul around for her back! When she has a chair that does not have support, she can shove him behind her and help her situation out! He is bright green(her favorite color), and I am not sure why the back picture of the pillow came out minty. He is NOT minty at all! Amber named him "Marcus". :0)


Is there anything more beautiful than a special flower or flowering bush? These are my Rose of Sharon bushes in bloom! I LOVE them! AND I bought a Floxglove, not realizing it is a biennial (which bums me out as it will die off after a second year)...but it is AMAZING! Hope you enjoy flowers too!
























8 comments:

Marilyn Rock said...

Patti; the pillow you made for Amber is awesome! It's not only colorful and love the monster face, but it will help your Sweet Amber with her back! Just super! nd; your flowers are so beautiful! I do love flowers; don't usually have luck because I don't have the angel touch like you do. You are magical! Thanks for sharing these with us! Love ya - Marilyn xxoo

Barb said...

Ooooh, the photos of the foxglove are beautiful - one of my favorite "old fashion" flowers.
Thanks for sharing. L)

Babsarella said...

Hey Patti!! Your pillow is adorable and love the gorgeous flowers in your yard.

Debbie K. said...

Oh that pillow is so cute, Patti! You did a wonderful job:) Your garden is gorgeous. How do you DO it all?! Love, Debbie K.

Pursuing Art... said...

Marcus is SO CUTE!!! I bet Amber loves him...great idea for back support too. Your rose of sharon bushes are beautiful and the foxglove too. I have the same magenta colored rose of sharon in our yard. ;-)

Viola said...

Your flowers look so wonderful!

Elizabeth said...

Your garden shots are wonderful- Foxgloves are one of my favorites!! I must be better at my blog hopping- I have missed sooooo much!!
Big Hugs!
Elizabeth

Mary Z said...

your flower garden is beautiful Patti! It's true that foxglove is a biannual, but mine will reseed itself so in the fall when the seed pods are dry I sow them in the ground around the plant and usually I'll get a few the next year - they won't flower till the following year, but you can perpetuate them that way - give it a try!