Saturday, May 28, 2011

Happy Third Pinkday!!!


It's time to PARTY!!
Thank you sweet Beverly for hosting this fabulous party each Saturday. Not only are you a sweet and thoughtful blogger friend, you are a real trooper!
Three years, WOW!


Pink is a wonderful color and reveals a positive emotion as "In The Pink". I hope everyone is in the pink today as we help our lovely hostess with the mostest, Beverly, celebrate.

I love the color pink but since I am addicted to blue I have to scour the house for a lot of Pink. Some of the pink I am posting today is from me and some are pictures I have taken elsewhere. They are all my pictures.
What do you do if you have a beautiful fountain that stays clogged with pine straw.  After replacing the motor three time you do this!
I just did this, this week. I may go back and get more petunias. I can't wait for it to fill out.
My first coneflower. 
Our fence has only been up for two years so my garden is still sparce. I am eager for everything to mature.
My daughter gave me this "Crazy Daisy". Not pink but I thought you might enjoy.
Love this little fellow. I know it is in the iris family but don't know his name. A gift from a friend.
No other pink in the garden just now. The following are from a trip on our 50th anniversary. We stopped at Buchart Gardens in Victoria, B. C. Canada.

For Memorial Day we will just be lazy. Hanging around the house. Mostly the front porch.
We will probably look a little like Elvis, here. He doesn't bark but he gives each visitor the eye!
 This weekend, honor our fallen soldiers, those who died in service to our country and to the elderly veterans who are still carrying the scars of war. They are the reason we are free to relax and enjoy our families and loved ones this weekend.

Again, congratulations to Beverly. We are here as long as you keep inviting us. 
Ginger :)


NanaDiana said...

Ginger- I am so glad to see it is back to business as usual for you. Love your "fountain"! Hope you have a wonderful Memorial Day! xxoo Diana


My dear Ginger from Savannah, I am in love with your flowers, they're so exquisite! Yeah, with all that beauty, I'd be lazy this weekend too!, just hanging out in the garden, having tea, reading a book. The fountain is gorgeous and so is the dog! Have a nice weekend.
Lots of hugs.

Anonymous said...

Lovely Pink Saturday post - Beverly will adore all your pretty garden blooms that you've brought! :)

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Lovely flowers. I think the fountain looks great planted. Happy Pink Saturday!

JJ said...

I just dropped by to look and wish you a Happy PS birthday too.

JJ said...

I just dropped by to look and wish you a Happy PS birthday too.

Tobi Britton* said...

Hi Ginger,
I just love your fountain! Your blooms are just lovely.
Wishing you a Happy Pinkalicious Saturday !!
Sparkly Hugs,
Tobi and the Pixies

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

Hi the pink flowers,and that fountain is gorgeous. Happy Memorial day weekend to you and your family.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your fountain is spectacular Ginger-enjoy! Happy PS and Memorial Day Weekend:@)

annh said...

hi glad you are back and all is sorted out. Love the photographs and your fountain is beautiful.
Happy Week

xinex said...

Gorgeous flowers, Ginger! How funny! I have this little fountain on a wall and the water reservoir always dries up or the tube gets clogged and breaks the punp. I have already replaced the pump and it went again and I always ask our maitnenance guy to unclog it. Finally I just added soil and planted flowers in it. Glad you're back blogging....Christine

Farah Muzaffar said...

Beautiful flowers Ginger ...
And so happy to see you again with your followers...
Happy Pink Saturday...
Take a look on my Pinkies



mississippi artist said...

Your fountain with the petunias and ferns is just wonderful-please share again when the flowers fill in!

LV said...

You celebrated this special day in a big, pink way.

Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Ginger. Thank you for celebrating and making the day wonderful.

All of your blooms are pretty - pink ones and all other colors, too.

❀ⒹⒺⒺ❀ said...

Beautiful pictures. I was so taking with the coneflower photo.


Tamara Jansen said...

You stopped in at Butchart Gardens?! It's soooo close to my place. Well, close in Canadian terms. Just a 2 hour ferry ride and a 1 hour drive. It's so beautiful there, isn't it?!

Anyway, i really enjoyed your comment on the Gramma post. How wonderful to have GROWN UP grandchildren. I hadn't thought that far into the future but how I hope that I enjoy the same visits from them as you do :)

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