Friday, July 13, 2012

Unforgettable


To take this literally, 
This is St. Edward's addition to our garden this year.
It's a welcoming path that helps to bring many welcome neighbors and friends calling on those warm summer nights to hang out at our place, enjoy a cool beverage and witty conversation on the shady patio.

All are welcome. Stop on by and sit a while.

But to broaden this idea, let your colors show and your light shine. That's when you'll be adorned with gifts unimaginable.

We tend to forget the kind of car you drive, the brand of cloths you wear or even if you can throw a Frisbee.
(Yes Josh, you need to forget that.)
 But we forever remember the broadly smiling, animal talking, tree hugging eccentrics we befriend.

This weekend, put the "U" in Unforgettable.

13 comments:

MorningAJ said...

I don't know what kind of car you drive (excpet the hearse) and I don't care what clothes you wear. I think this is one of the great things about blogdom. We are who we are and we find who we like.

I'll send you a virtual bouquet though - because you deserve them!

Ms Sparrow said...

I would love to walk in your garden and hang out with smiling, animal-talking tree-huggers. Those are my kind of people!

Pam :) said...

Simply delightful :)

Jim said...

Looks very inviting Stew. When we're in the neighbourhood we'll 'pop in'!

Stew said...

We see a lot of flowers in this business.
But it's always nice to receive them.

Stew said...

I'd say we would be in good company.

Stew said...

Just made a fresh batch of suntea

Stew said...

Made so by the company we keep

sophie...^5 said...

That must have taken a few hours and days to create...so inviting...if only we lived closed....enjoy yourselves...licks from me, you know!

Mitchell is Moving said...

Gorgeous garden and great post. Wish I could stop by for some sun tea!

JMW said...

I always liked your garden. Some of the good michigan memories. I would like to stop by again.:)

Stew said...

But we'll see you soon in Texas

laura.forestdreams:) said...

i like your quote in the beginning...
and your flowers...your garden spot...aaaaaaaah, so inviting...relaxing...where you can just hang out...and be yourself.