Sunday, October 19, 2008

Monday Washday!


Pretty little dresses blowing on the clothesline, now all I have to do is iron them, and then make the little ones to fit inside them!Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere, big ones......and teeny tiny little ones!
We took a trip to our lovely farmers market on Saturday where we saw all these beautiful pumpkins, I am so glad that I didn't have to pick one out or we would have been there all day.
Back home again and hubby made a quick trip over to our neighbors garden to take this lovely pic, then....
...back into our garden to take another pic of my beautiful pink flower again, this time a wonderful little visitor stopped by to check them out. Lovely Lisa over at Periwinkle tells me that they are Kaffir Lillies, so now we all know, thanks Lisa.

Got to go, I have ironing to do!

9 comments:

Jenny said...

I ALWAYS have ironing to do! Your pictures are just so beautiful...as always. Those pumpkins looked fantastic all massed together like that! Jen

Terri Fisher said...

What beautiful photos! I love all the little dresses hung in a row. Happy ironing!

periwinkle said...

your little dresses look so sweet and I just love little pumpkins
Lisa x

Lisa Isaacs said...

What camera do you use? Your photos are always so gorgeous and my camera has just broken today. We are in-line for a new one...

annemarie said...

Deon't you just love pumpkins - definitely a favorite of mine! I can't wait to see who will be wearing those darling little dresses.

wonderwoman said...

i just love the photo of those little dress on the line - fantastic!
great pics.

x

onya said...

Kathy....lovely pics!!! pumpkins, flowers, bees.....OH NO!!! i will not look, i will not look (at the laundry!! LOL) you know i will look when the sweeties are done!!!

Jenn Maruska said...

Oh - those little dresses are so sweet!

fiveminutesmore said...

Wow those pumpkins look so beautiful! And your washing line full is soooooooo cute! nice to see you've started making things from the book, I tend to buy books, read them solid for a week or two then run out of enthusiasm / supplies & time, and it heads to the bookcase.