Saturday, July 20, 2013

Flowers in the Kitchen Window ~ A Favorite Thing

Cut flowers in the kitchen window. 



One of my favorite things.

What would the world look like without flowers?

Perish the thought.


I'm joining Claudia for A Favorite Thing.




30 comments:

  1. Your home is like a the Saturday Market, full of beautiful flowers.

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  2. The world would be a very sad place if there were no flowers.

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  3. I love flowers, Dayle. I always have and I can remember being single and splurging on flowers when I couldn't afford to eat! lol Maybe I should still do that once in a while-lol-it might be good for my body...AND my soul! xo Diana

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    1. Oh, Diana ... you must do it occasionally. It really does lift your spirits. If I don't bring them in from my little gardens, I pick up some on a big sale at the grocery store. Worth every cent.

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  4. There's nothing quite as beautiful as flowers in the window sill....especially in a Mason jar :) Beautiful post!

    Have a great weekend!

    Debby

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    1. I agree. Flowers look extra lovely in Mason jars.

      Hope your weekend is wonderful!

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  5. I love seeing the sun shining through flowers and a window is the best place to put them. Just lovely.

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  6. There's something so cheery about flowers in a kitchen window! Love all of your bouquets.

    Thanks so much for joining in this week!

    xo
    Claudia

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  7. I am always picking wild flowers for my kitchen as well. And, I have a bunch of moon snail shells all over the place too.

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    1. I think flowers in the kitchen make me cook better, too. :) As for the shells, I scatter them around in summer. They represent our travels from coast-to-coast. Those in the kitchen window came from Cape Cod. They make me want to return there one day.

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  8. Hello Dayle....A world without flowers? Oh, definitely perish the thought. They are God's gifts to His earthly children, I think.

    Love your blue mason jar. So pretty!

    Have a lovely Sunday, Dayle. Susan

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  9. Yes, perish the thought. I love the blue Mason jars with flowers. One of my favorite things. ;)

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    1. I love blue Mason jars, as well. I'm not crazy about the ones you tint yourself, but love the old ones.

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  10. Dayle, I love simple vases with sweet flowers. Perfect!!!!! xo Laura

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  11. My sister brought me a bouquet of yellow daisies and I on some on the dining table and some in the kitchen window. I am loving them. Hope you are enjoying your pretty flowers too. xoxo,Susie

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  12. Wasn't the little button for your simple pleasures party a picture of flowers on the window? I think so because I think of you and it whenever I see blog posts about flowers on the window.

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  13. Me too, one of the great things about summer...cutting blooms from the garden!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  14. Hi Dayle! How nice to meet you here!

    I love your photos of the flowers. So simple in the mason jars, but just right. It's enough to lift and quiet the mind. So beautiful!

    Great to visit here :)
    Happy Tuesday!
    Ceil

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  15. I, too, love to pick flowers from the garden and bring them inside. It's one of the joys of having a garden. All of your bouquets are charming.

    -Karen

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  16. Hi Dale, First time stopping by:) Your flowers looks so pretty and I too love to bring the outside in. Our PNW summers are short by comparison to many so we really appreciate the gardening while we have it.

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