Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Good morning to you. As I mentioned yesterday, I snuck over to our neighbors house and took some photos of her lovely flowers~here are the rest of them. I love Zinnias and Dahlia's, so her garden just makes me smile. We are being inundated with smoke from the California fire and our sky is so hazy.




I'm off to bible study this morning and then going to a friend's house afterward to look at a computer program she has.  I'm tired today as we had coyotes in our area during the night that kept howling and there was someones small dog barking, which made me concerned for it's safety.  Today all is well.
I hope you have a day filled with gratitude.
Noreen

7 comments:

  1. We're enjoying some rain today! What kind of computer program?

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  2. Absolutely beautiful and I love the color of the first one!

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  3. These flowers are beautiful. Your friend has a gorgeous garden and sweet to share with you. I hope you had a good time with your friend after Bible Study.....

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  4. Hope you get a better night's sleep tonight. We would worry about that little dog too. Your neighbor's flowers are so pretty. Ours have all ended their season of blooming:( Have a great day.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  5. The flowers are beautiful, Noreen! Robin Mark comes to another church down in Belfast here on PEI, not my church. But we have been to many of his concerts. He is a wonderful worship leader.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  6. Great flower photos! I can't believe you are getting so much of the fire smoke, but wind does take it your way! I feel so badly for the many thousand who are being displaced and have lost everything, so very sad! Sending blessings you way, Cindy xoxo

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