Your home is like a the Saturday Market, full of beautiful flowers.
Thanks you, sweet friend. I adore fresh flowers.
The world would be a very sad place if there were no flowers.
It would, indeed.
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
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.
There's nothing quite as beautiful as flowers in the window sill....especially in a Mason jar :) Beautiful post!Have a great weekend!Debby
I agree. Flowers look extra lovely in Mason jars.Hope your weekend is wonderful!
I love seeing the sun shining through flowers and a window is the best place to put them. Just lovely.
Thank you so much.
There's something so cheery about flowers in a kitchen window! Love all of your bouquets.Thanks so much for joining in this week!xoClaudia
Thanks, Claudia. I always enjoy your parties.
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.
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.
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
Thanks, sweet friend.
Yes, perish the thought. I love the blue Mason jars with flowers. One of my favorite things. ;)
I love blue Mason jars, as well. I'm not crazy about the ones you tint yourself, but love the old ones.
Dayle, I love simple vases with sweet flowers. Perfect!!!!! xo Laura
Love fresh cut flowers!!
Fresh flowers can be a girl's best friend.
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
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.
You are so right, my friend. Love that picture.
Me too, one of the great things about summer...cutting blooms from the garden!Blessings,Cindy
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
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
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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