I prefer winter and Fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape — the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show. ~Andrew Wyeth

Sunday, April 18, 2010

While I was gone....

The Wisteria exploded over the back porch...

The new babies learned the Hokey Pokey...

And sweet little pupster, Cutter, found a new resting place in the garden.
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  1. Glad you made it home safely! The wisteria is so pretty. I've always been a little afraid to plant it; I hear it is quite aggressive. Did I tell you that I have a Corgi too? His name is Elvis. I must do a post about him soon; he will be jealous if he discovers I wrote about Kate.

  2. I can't get my Wisteria to bloom??? Very pretty!

  3. Your pergola is spectacular! And the new pupster....sigh*****

  4. My Mum had a beautiful arbor covered in wisteria but it won't grow in AZ-wonder if it would survive in the CO. mtns........
    Been out of the blogging world, on a quilt retreat in CO.
    You should receive a box by Tuesday!

  5. Lovely photos - and the pupster - ever so sweet!

  6. Ooooo! I love Wisteria. I don't suppose it will grow in Northern Montana. I've never seen it here. I fell in love with it on trips to Italy.


  7. What a delightful post.

    That Wisteria is gorgeous. How long ago planted?

    LOL at the posing chickens. Adorable.

    Such a happy pup!

    Thanks for your kind comments on my blog. You are surely right . . . sometimes the hand of God is unmistakable.


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