Saturday, June 27, 2015

Pink At Midnight

                                                             It's midnight.

"What you doing up at this hour?" I ask myself.

"Oh, nothing much. Couldn't sleep. I guess I will visit with my blogging buddies awhile. I wonder if they are awake, too?"

Never mind.. we can reach each other whenever we want, over time, space and thought waves.

                                                      That's the neatest thing ever.

I appreciate so much all you gals (and a few guys, too) who have come to mean so much to me over these last few years of jotting down my thoughts, sharing my pictures while I Live Life On Main Street. So, we'll just spend a bit of midnight hour together, if you don't have anything better to do.

I wonder if Denise is awake? She's an English Girl who rambles. I thought she and I would share some flowers with our friends who can't sleep tonight. Join us at Today's Flowers and we'll wander among the gardens and smell the blossoms. Maybe we will pick a few to enjoy tomorrow. And, don't forget Beverly at Pink Saturday. We'll stop by there, too.

Peonies just outside my door in Wakefield.

Petunias in my window box. Geez, I miss that window box!

My sweet little miniature pink rose. 

Since I now live in an apartment it's sort of a trip down memory lane to see these pictures. I do love flowers, don't you? 

Well, time to wrap this up and crawl back into bed. Hope I didn't keep you up too long tonight!!



  1. Cute post, the beautiful pink flowers...especially the peonies! Peonies are one of my very favorites and I miss them. You miss a lot of the SE flora & fauna here, but there are of course new & interesting things to enjoy. I actually saw a crepe myrtle tree yesterday at the U of A farm site...more on that later. I felt like hugging it! :-) I've been going to bed at 10, waking up at midnight and not being able to get back to sleep. It's left me VERY tired! I was actually quilting at 1 am the other night! :-) But I got some good rest last night...finally!

  2. awwwww, sleep, it's a beautiful thing. something that escapes most of us!! the blooms are so beautiful, a gorgeous color!!

  3. I am doing container gardening this summer and altho it wears you out watering, I am enjoying it. I, too, love flowers.

  4. Fun post! I am sometimes up in the night, but have never thought to blog. Hope the screen wasn't too bright.


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