Thursday, March 24, 2011

Garden Relaxation

Hello everyone,
     I was just going through some of my old pictures of some of my favorite spots to relax in the garden so i made a few collages to share with you today.
I know some of you can probably have tea in the garden already but for us it will be awhile yet as we still have snow that is slowly but steadily melting.
So, I am really looking forward to being outdoors in the garden .

Or relaxing on the balcony overlooking the garden.
A picnic in the garden would be nice too!


I hope you enjoyed a little relaxation time in our garden.
I am joining Cindy for Show and Tell Friday again at My Romantic Home.
Take care,
Carolyn

40 comments:

Bohemian said...

I always enjoy a relaxing time in your Garden, your photos transport me to a magical and enchanting world!

Happy Spring and may you be out in the Garden having Tea again soon!

Dawn... The Bohemian

Caroline said...

Hello Carolyn!! I love your blog and your pictures!!thank you for gifting us with these wonders.
Caroline.

Ldy ~~ Dy said...

Beautiful garden and tea photos! Always a joy to view. We just held a small tea party in my daughter's home. I hope to have those photos up soon! Keep enjoying the beauty!! Hugs!

Pamela Gordon said...

Another beautiful post, Carolyn. I really like the last picture with the soft greens and pinks. Blessings, Pam

June said...

It is always such a great time for me when I can come and look through garden pictures with you Carolyn. You have no idea how much I love this garden of yours.
hugs to you,

Maggie Ann said...

Your garden collages are a delight!

LENE said...

So many wonderful relaxing places you have in your garden!
Have a nice weekend
xx
Lene

A Garden of Threads said...

Hi Carolyn, Thank for the wonderful tour through the garden. We have snow so it was wonderful looking at all the flowers. Take care and have a wonderful weekend.

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

Everything in me is ready for spring, blooms, greenery...but I am staring at snow...waaaah.
Oh well everything in its time. It will surely come. I adore your pictures...love all the softness and the beautiful colors...gives me hope!
Blessings,
Debbie

Monica@The White Bench said...

Oh my, oh my! Soooo fabulous! You know how I do feel looking at your pictures- I definitely am in my element. Thanks for letting me feel good! And for your more than lovely words, dear Carolyn!
Hugs,
Monica xo

It's me said...

Let the sun shine !! lovely post !! happy weekend...love Ria...xxx...

Gabi said...

Piękne zestawienia... po prostu cudo !!!
Pozdrawiam Gabi...

Vlaďka said...

Hello Carolyn,
thank you for your new cookies receipe (I love the first receipe- the hearts, I must bake them for my family:) I wrote you:)
Your garden is beautiful:)
Bye Vlaďka

Donna Heber said...

Carolyn,

Absolutely gorgeous photos! You have some many wonderful places to sit and relax and have a cup of tea. I am so glad I discovered Mosaic Monday and hope to meet some new blog friends.

Have a great weekend!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Beautiful, Carolyn! Not happy about the new blanket of snow we have but at least we know it won't be around long! Your cookie recipe sounds lovely! Enjoy your weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Raffaella said...

I will enjoy the relaxation of a garden... soon...

Fauziah Sukiman said...

Hi Carloyn!

Your garden is really beautiful and relaxing. You're good at gardening I guess :)

Hugs, PuteriFauziah

A Perfect Setting said...

Just so beautiful and relaxing!!

Cindy said...

Hi Carolyn,
Your garden is just so delightful, there just aren't words to describe the beauty that you and your husband have created in your gardens! Beautiful, gorgeous, delightful, amazing! All of the above.
Hugs, Cindy

Karie's Chic Creations said...

What beautiful pictures of your garden. Oh, how I wish spring and summer would get here. It snowed today where I live. Thanks for sharing such loveliness. Karie

deb mills said...

carolyn, your gardens are truly a sight to behold. i have a long way to go, but am working towards having a little piece of heaven here at my house. thanks for sharing a few moments of such beauty.

Susan said...

Hi Carolyn...Your garden pictures warmed my heart. They actually made me want to cry. Yeah.

I'd like to cry out, "SPRING! THOSE ARE PICTURES OF THAT LONG LOST SEASON THAT I SO FONDLY REMEMBER. iS IT GONE FOREVER?

Seriously, I loved the beautiful photographs and they renewed my hope that some day winter will end.

Carolyn, thanks for your visits and comments to my blog. Susan

blessedmom's simple home said...

Your photos are beautiful. It is hard to find that much greenery here in the desert in any season.
I hope you get to enjoy it again soon.
Thanks so much for your prayers for my nephew. They mean so much.
Blessings,
Marcia

Fixing My Thoughts said...

Carolyn, your mosaics are so refreshing and engaging! We are starting to break forth in flower here ... saw some forsythia in bloom today, daffodils, and the Bradford Pear trees will be in bloom very soon. Hurray! Bess

Sheila said...

Your garden is so lovely. You must be out from dawn to dusk when the weather is good. Our Alberta winter has been so long it seems - but the time til we'll be smiling in the sunshine is getting closer and closer.I'm concentrating on spring cleaning while I'm wishing the snow would melt

GardenChic said...

I really enjoyed your garden. I'm from San Diego and I love gardening too. Your pictures are beautiful. Thank you so much.....

Divine Theatre said...

I can actually feel the soft summer breeze!

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Suzann said...

LOVELY. Springtime and Saturday - Summertime and anyday!! I love love love your home and your gardens. It's a cold and dreary day (again) in Chicagoland, but soon enough it will be green, sunny, and full of life.

Happy Saturday to YOU.

sweetbay said...

Absolutely gorgeous and breathtaking!!

Rustic and White said...

Your garden is absolutely stunning. I am eager for spring to come here in Ontario so I can transform my backyard into an oasis like yours. Thanks for the inspiration!!
Carrie

Marias Château said...

Thank you for taking the time to look in to my blog.

Your blog is really enjoyable.
Here I feel at home

Pleasant evening
Maria

KATHY said...

Hi carolyn, Your garden is the most beautiful i have ever seen!!All the pictures are so gorgeous.

Kathy

gilda said...

Splendide foto....fanno così sognare quel momento di vero relax:D
Gilda

Magmark said...

so beuatiul , as usuall in Your garden. This weekend I tried to have a coffe time at my garden, but the temperature didn't allow me on this :( Too cold at my region.

Hélène Flont ✿Fine Art said...

The pictures of your garden are absolutely "magnifique". Have you still the garden covered with snow at this time of year?

Carol said...

Charming Carolyn! I hope we do get a visit from Spring soon. Your garden is as if in a magical realm . . . safe and free from the harms of the outside world. So romantic and beautiful.

Bloo said...

Hey Carolyn, your house is just stunning! It's like a fairy tale for me! I live in Romania and where I live houses are very dull and grey, no one is interested in decorating, at least they are not interested in making their houses so welcoming as yours.
I've just fallen for your blog!

Kelsey said...

I think most of us blog and add a little joy but your garden is truly the definition of an inspiration. Paradise is what this must be. More please!

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