Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Summer sweetness...

I think a little sweetness is a good way to start our week. The little farm is still filled with the mouthwatering aroma of honeysuckle. I teased you with it a little bit last week. It's still everywhere. I will try to venture out tonight and grab a few pictures of the pink variety I mentioned. I will include that with the garden update later in the week.

I hope you had a wonderful long weekend. We sure did. And I hope your morning is sweet and quiet and filled with summer goodness. Only 4 days until the weekend is here again.

13 comments:

Songbirdtiff said...

I love short weeks!

Bea said...

Green is such a beautiful color.

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

It was a great weekend :0)
Enjoy your day!

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

Yep... only 4 days til we all get to go outside and play again! Woop Woop

DI
The Blue Ridge Gal

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Oh, I love honeysuckle. I had a big clump of it already here when we moved; I am trying to train it to grow on down the fenceline. I'd like the whole fence covered in honeysuckle!

Brenda said...

I can't imagine what it must feel like to stand there in your yard and look around you at all that space. No cars, no noise. Just a vast space of green grass and trees and tranquility!
Brenda

Feedsack Fantasy said...

I could deal with your silence, tranquility, serenity of your land. Awesome!
TTFN ~ Marydon

the wild raspberry said...

love your positive thinking!

Living on the Spit said...

I'm gonna go play on the farm while you are at work, okay?

I am gonna steal all the honeysuckle while I am there!

traci said...

the honeysuckle looks beautiful. the name alone is devine.

Marcia said...

Love the view of your farm! It is so relaxing. Do you have any Hollyhocks? I have only seen them in MN and yet to see a single one in PA. But they are gorgeous! They'd look great beside your barn.

Small House said...

The honeysuckle must smell amazing!!
The garden looks great in your last post. It never ceases to amaze me that a little seed can become what it becomes.
Have a great day.
Sandra

Jemm said...

I love honeysuckle. I'm trying to grow the red kind so it will attract hummingbirds. I that yours will too if it smells good :)