Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Off The Radar

Just wanted to apologize for dropping off the radar.. I started a garden recently for this long season, so, guess you could say that's where my energy has been focused. It's been a couple years since I've really dug in and figured it's now or never?
I actually intended to post something earlier..but just got into a rut. Honestly, I haven't felt so inspirational either, so thought it wouldn't hurt to do some reflecting? 
Anyhow, thanks for being here-

15 comments:

rainfield61 said...

Me too..though nothing to do with gardening.

I am a normal person who can never run away from work that pays me bread and butter.

i stora drag said...

Hi Regina!
Understand that you have a lot to do in your new garden then. We have had a couple of weeks when we had almost Summer weather and I did a lot in my garden too, but for two nights now it suddenly became almost Winter again! Frost in the morning again! So sad!
Have a lovely time!
Regards from Pia

Joop Zand said...

It's wonderful....i like this flower so much.

Greetings from Holland, Joop

Sandra said...

Hi, gina, you know I love love love the curly cue in your header shot. that plant just amazes me. hope the garden grows and grows for you, then you can post photos of the veggies and the critters that hid in the garden, you know the cute little green ones with long tails that i love so much. happy happy to see you back in blog land.

Rose said...

Such wonderful results! Wow, love these flowers, so so sweet. You seem to be doing wonders in that garden of yours, keep it up! :)

Ginny said...

I was just gonna e-mail you before I left the house, because I was starting to get worried. Glad you have been busy with gardening, what'cha planting? I love your header, and the flower is beautiful, what is it?

Amin said...

It is beautiful.I love gardening! Have a love time!

Amin said...

What a beautiful color of the flower!

Amin said...

You know that I can do inoculation.For this year I wait three inoculations on the rose...and three inoculations on the tree...

Amin said...

Beautiful new header!

The Write Girl said...

These flowers are warm and so full of sunshine. Looks like you are going to have an amazing garden. Can't wait to see more photos Regina.

Joyful said...

I'm glad to hear from you and so glad you started a garden :-) I'd have sent you an email but don't have your addy.

Amazing Gracie said...

I thought at first the header was a little fern frond starting to unfurl, but now I'm not certain. I love flowers. My grandfather was a farmer and my grandmother operated a nursery. I think it's in my blood. I'd much rather play in the dirt than do housework. Ugh.
I was gripping about dirty air - can't imagine what breathing volcanic junk can do to your lungs. Doesn't sound good, either!
Have fun loving what you do...
~~~Blessings~~~

teca said...

Ah... post here only if you can or want. I love coming here, but I understand the various things you have to do. And a garden takes a long time and... is a wonderful activity!
The flowers are magnificent on the photo! You have so much nature around... you are an insider.
Happiness, dear friend.
Big warm hug.
Love.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful flower, I'm sure your garden will look lovely too. I think everyone needs a break once in while. Glad to see your back.

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