Thursday, September 4, 2008

Good Morning Glory






















With too much work and focus on all things Bonbon, my garden hasn't really seen me in a little while. I try to get out there for a few minutes a day, to water and make sure everyone's OK but not for too long and not so much to really take a look around. So I woke up early this morning to see if the kids are alright. Now that the light is a little more Fall-like, everything glowed so beautifully. And they just acted so happy to see me.

15 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I love all the morning light on the flowers and vegetables! (Just got your comment about your grandmother's cookbook. What a fun coincidence! I hope to see some pictures!)

heidi said...

Your Dad must be so proud of his daughter's garden! (and her now world-renowned talent)

Julia said...

I have no doubt that they were thrilled to see you :) I loved all the pictures, I can almost smell the summeriness in their leaves and color

quaint handmade said...

the kids look like they have been behaving very well. lovely photos.

ana dane said...

hey, i see some tomatoes there! i'm coming over to collect.

Mary-Laure said...

Oh THANK YOU for these shots, there's like a breath of summer and sunshine in my room...

please sir said...

Ah what a lovely morning with all your yummy veggies and lovely flowers!

Tartelette said...

A "bonbon" is candy in French and these pictures are "bonbons pour les yeux" = candy for the eyes! Love them!

Victoria said...

You look like you have a delightfully talented green thumb to me! Beautiful shots of your beautiful babies!

Aran said...

the power of nature is amazing... thanks for sharing these deb! I just woke up and i already feel better!

High Desert Diva said...

Fall does have a different light, doesn't it?

nadia said...

i could have sworn i left a comment here! Okay here i go again..i think ones garden is the most rewarding whether we spend 5 minutes or half a day- your garden looks beautiful and love the varieties!

Alexa said...

I just checked on mine this morning. The only thing that made it this year is corn and watermelon... I have so much to learn when it comes to gardening. Your pics are a beautiful way to start the day. :-)

cindy* said...

what a gorgeous morning in the garden. i love how these photos really feel like morning time.

amy said...

mmmhhh, so beautiful in the early morning light!

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