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About Me: I am the creative person behind Ribbonwood Cottage. A mother, wife and grandmother. My goal in life is to leave a lasting legacy to my family that life is incredible. God gave us this one life and it is worth the journey! A believer. A pianist, church music and worship director. Focused on intentionally living the best life possible.

August 4, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday

Hello everyone! It is so wonerful that it is summer and in the 100's in S. California! hahaha....where's my ice tea, mostly ice?
Welcome to another Outdoor Wednesday with Susan @ http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/ Be sure to look at all the outdoor photos everyone has posted on this Outdoor Wednesday.

Here is our front porch railing and my climbing rose bush I planted many years ago.


Oh my gosh I can't believe my camera took this picture...is that a water droplet? Wow, finally a wonderful picture! Out of only 1000 or so! Hahaha




Yes these are my roses, they do look pretty don't they?


















Well thank you for the wonderful visit!
Blessings upon blessings!
Debbie
"The grass withers, the flowers fade, but the word of our God remains forever." Isaiah 40:8


20 comments:

Cass @ That Old House said...

Beautiful, beautiful flower pictures -- I especially love that creamy white climbing rose. The deer eat roses here -- they don't last long!

Your flowers are gorgeous, and so are your pictures! Nice post... thanks!
Cass

Anonymous said...

What lovely roses and petunias you grow. I love roses, too!

Thank you for sharing your beautiful gardens!

Debbykay at Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm

PAT said...

Lovely flower photos! I love the single white rose with the tiny drop of moisture; gorgeous!

Becky K. said...

I love that scripture verse you pit at the end of this post.

The roses are so pretty. Ours are not happy this year. It was too wet this Spring.

Have a great day!

Becky K.
Hospitality Lane

Small House said...

So pretty. Love the photos. Now, I hope you can find a minute to sit back and enjoy such a pretty flower garden.
Sandra

Giovanna said...

I just adore the rose pictures ! They are beautiful

Cindy said...

Wonderful pictures!! Your roses are so perfect they don't even look real! Thank you for your lovely comments on my blog, and in reading about you I see you write music, I so wish I could! I taught myself to play keyboard by ear, but I need more talent! Hugs, ~cindy s~

Regina said...

Lovley blooms!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful roses!

xoxoxoxoxox
Donna Marie

Darlene said...

Everything is just GORGEOUS!

Vicki said...

Hello, Debbie,
I see you and I both have a love for roses. The climbing one on your porch is so beautiful and makes your home so inviting. Thanks for sharing your photos of your pretty flowers. Hope your week is going well. Vicki

Sue said...

Pretty, pretty flowers, especially the one shot where you captured the dew drop! Love your blog header. Sue

Elaine said...

Debbie, I love your front porch! Everything looks so casual and relaxed and lovely. I'd get excited too if one of my rose pictures turned out like that one with the raindrop on it! Right now I just have a point and shoot cam, so whenever I get a special photo like that it's a cause for celebration! LOL Be blessed! :)

Ginger said...

Debbie that picture of the white rose with the water drop is gorgeous. I love roses, especially those climbing roses around the porch.

Pam said...

Your flowers are beautiful! Especially the rose picture with the water droplet.
I love warm weather! My kids and hubby have a family joke that if I ever get warm, it must be scorching and unbearable to everyone else!

Sue said...

Hi Debbie,
Beautiful photos, especially the roses, thank you for sharing.
Sue

From the Old InkWell said...

Oh Debbie, your porch is so inviting and I love the rose shot! You did good!

Anonymous said...

I'm in Southern California too - but wish I could say I was in the country :)

Lovely flowers, thanks for sharing.
Sandra

Denise said...

Love your pretty flowers. We haven't many in our garden this year, we've been trying to grow veggies! I'd love to have a place where we could have chickens :)

Amy said...

Wow...in the 100s where you live? You poor thing. We have had a really cool and rainy summer here in PA. You porch looks super cozy from your photo. The flowers are doing really well considering all the heat you have had. Just lovely! Amy