Don’t you just love flowers?
How delicate they are and all the different kinds and colors that exist?
I was appreciating Hayes’s wild flower garden the other day and I just really wanted to lie down and look at the flowers from the ground up. (I really secretly wished I could be a flower fairy for a moment)
Of course I didn’t because I would have crushed all the flowers so instead, I decided to take some pictures with my camera almost touching the ground.
I love the way the pictures came out and love looking at the flowers from a different perspective.
Thought I’d share some with you.
We have had busy days and mellow days.
We have had chilly days and hot days.
Most of all, we have had wonderful days.
Happy saturday everyone.
We all stayed inside for most of the day yesterday.
It was raining all morning and it was wonderful!
Some of us stayed in our pajamas all day, we cooked, we made paper crowns, colored, played with play-doh…
It was the perfect lazy sunday after such a busy friday and saturday.
Yesterday we spent almost the whole day outside.
We started out in the morning with a walk into the woods where we picked some wild blackberries, checked out some wild mushrooms and admired all the different trees, flowers and moss.
Lily ready to go!
everything is so green
We are in West Virginia and will be for the next two weeks.
There have been many outdoor moments and I’m sure there will be many more.
However, Lily and cousin Adelaide playing together outside this weekend were some of my favorite outdoor moments.
Here is not only one but two of my favorite pictures of Lily and Adelaide.
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Adelaide holding cousin baby (Lily) after playing in the pool
Lily and Adelaide playing with leeks from the garden
Earlier this week Lily and I went off on an early walk to check out our local Botanical Gardens.
Before Lily was born, Will and I went a few times and I’m so glad that I finally took her over there because we both had a great time.
It was still early enough (9am) so it wasn’t too hot yet and there were no people other than the employees working on the flower beds.
We took our time cruising through the grounds, we checked some new and old sculptures, there were lots of flowers to look at, we spotted an herb garden, we even got to sit and relax in the shade under a big and beautiful tree.
It was a wonderful morning!
(Make sure you click on READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY, lots of pictures!)