Sunday, June 15, 2008

Deena's Garden Tour for a Cure

The Breast Cancer Site

Here is my little piece of the desert. It's not much, but we've done a lot of work in it the past couple months. Digging up beds here and there, decorating the fairy tree, etc. Before the kids, we used to have a grown up garden, everything very matchy matchy. Lil was born and we not only had time to tend it, but didn't see it as a livable space for a child to play. By extending the patio, adding misters, and little magical touches, it is becoming a no longer matchy garden, but a garden that has things in it that makes everyone happy. I didn't show it day I will. We did just put up a swing for Madeline Mae on the fairy tree. She loves it, sings wee the whole time, and the windchimes sing along with her sing she is practically moving the whole tree!
That's all I can write...I have to get back to my Father's Day duties. Love you Deena! So happy to hear your wonderful news! xoxo
In the fairy tree...
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Our bird feeder...a find at an antique store...even though I don't think it is that old!
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We have a hummingbird that visits us and a huge yellow and black butterfly. Our fairy trees grows lemonems (as Lillian once called them).
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Under the fairy tree... a fairy house in progress and our first visitor! Lillian is growing wildflowers here from seed...they aren't up yet.
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Playhouse for the girls...


Jenn said...

Just beautiful Mere!
Love your sweet pics. from Father's Day too:):) xox...jenn

Adriana Whitney said...

I love the pictures of your garden. A fairy garden... that is so cool! I need to do something with mine, there is... nothing there! you gave me some ideas now.

LW said...

What a pretty garden, I love the idea of a fairy tree..

What a wonderful picture you paint with the swing and the wind chimes…
A little fairy house and wild flowers…


Kim Hardt Originals said...

Hey Mere, I got your post. I did get your package a while ago. I left a post to Thank You on "Things to smile about". I Think that was the post. Look back at your olders ones and you will see mine.

Thanks again Mere I truly appreciate all your kindness.


SweetAnnee said...

What lovely pics of your lovely garden.
Tis truly a delight.

Smiles to you
thanks for adding your garden!!!

Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

What a beautiful post for a beautiful cause! Your daughters are so precious! I am a redhead too, so have a special place in my heart for all redheads :)

I am so glad you stopped by my blog! Yours is wonderful! I have looked at your rosey bunny on Etsy!!! It is just precious!!


Garden girl said...

a beautiful garden, and lovely photos!I bet the fairies visit regularly x

Lori said...

Mere, your garden looks so happy!!!

My Vintage Studio said...

Hi Mere. Thank you for sharing your garden photos! Thank you for visiting my blog! Yes, we love our Bostons! Hugs, Sharon

Ginger said...

Mere Hope your feeling better,Wow have you been working in the lawn.Love that bird feeder cute . And giving us so many good ideas .I have a very small back yard and this year we have to watch out for watering lawns.My poor lawn are rather brown but doing my best here in S.Calif.
I love your prettys!

Wyanne said...

Great weekend post! Your garden looks so lush.

Thanks for your nice comments on my blog, too.

Love, Wyanne

NeereAnDear said...

I really love your fairy tree... how darling is that? and so whimsical... some lovely ideas

Thank you for letting me visit... I do hope you stop by to say hello


Jan Parrish said...

Wow. I love your water fountain! Beautiful garden. Stop by and visit mine!

Lynn said...

Very beautiful garden pictures. I'm making my way around all the gardens. Thank you for the beautiful tour!


Jamie Noel said...

Beautiful garden pics! It almost makes me motivated enough to go weed...almost.
Okay, I'm new at this and not sure of blogging etiquate. You left a great comment on my blog and I'm not sure where to reply back to it! Do I do it on my blog? Or here where I know you'll see it? (Help me out ladies!) Anyway how cool that your aunts were in the circus!!! I am now going to be obsessed with finding you that circus poster. Have you read the book "Water For Elephants"? It is a great story about a circus during the depression. (It's a current bestseller so would appeal to all, not just circus fans.) Thanks so much for the comment and nice to meet you!