Friday, August 9, 2013

Hammock Days



                                                            Hello everyone,
                             With summer moving right along and a break from our busy days I am looking
                            forward to some relaxation. What better way to relax then spending some time
                            is a hammock enjoying the beauty of the surroundings and a good book.




                                      The fairy rose is one of my favorite roses.The flowers are small but very                                         abundant right into October.
                                                Enjoying some raspberry iced tea.



         Noah and Lila weren't long in clearing off the hammock and filling the air with the sounds of             laughter- reading a book was a little too sedate for them!


  I plan to enjoy these last weeks of summer and hope to enjoy more days in the hammock but also family fun time.

Hope you have a lovely weekend!
Carolyn
p.s.
Thank you for all your sweet comments on our Downton Abbey Tea.

12 comments:

Phyllis @Around the House said...

Everything looks so cool and breezy for a wonderful afternoon...love the hammock, it looks so comfy...the little pillow is all I would need for a little nap..come on over for a visit to my jungle, I think you will love it and let me know what you think...

Linda said...

Hey, Carolyn!
Did you fall outta the hammock when Noah and Lila stormed it?! Haha What a GORGEOUS family you have!
The fairy roses are my absolute fave as well. You know it! We have many of the same books, too! No surprise there. lol
I am finding myself to be a little sad that summer is winding down. It is so fleeting and this year, the weather has been perfect here! Sigh. Where does the time fly?!
Our little garden was nominated for our city's garden awards this year and the judges are coming next week!!! Yikes! Can I send you a plane ticket?! Help me, please!!!! lol
Love,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Such pretty roses! Nothing would be better than enjoying that pretty hammock in your garden.

A New England Life said...

After the horrible day I've had I only wish I could transport myself to your backyard, Carolyn. Enjoy every moment of summer you can! And as always, thank you for sharing such beauty.

Sharon

janice15 said...

Well I'm glad to see your bright and cheery photos..we haven't Had much of a summer here In San Francisco... The weather has messed up my new Roses leaving with upon the leaves and it has five buds on it and my yellow one from last year was ok and now the same..not so hot.. Our weather has been horrible started out good and pouff down the drain..So it's nice to see someone is enjoying good weather Happy weekend with Love Janice

Susan said...

Sweet scenes and then sweet children! Thanks for sharing, Carolyn. Enjoy your weekend. Susan

Cihan'in Bahcesi said...

ruya gibiiiiiii
:)))))))))))))

Tassell, Tea pot, and life down under said...

Your hammock look so inviting and relaxing. I wouldn't mind spending the whole Sunday afternoon lying there simply doing nothing.
Everything look so beautiful as always.

Enjoy the rest of summer

ohiofarmgirl said...

Now that is a great place to relax..so tempting yet so cozy! Dianntha

Pondside said...

What a tempting scene! I am going to have to put out our hammock before the grandchildren arrive - thanks for the reminder!

Madelief said...

Dear Carolyn,

Just enjoyed your last two posts. You excelled yourself. Loved the photo's of your Downton Abbey tea. The ladies look so very pretty! You situated your tables beautifully....and all that lovely china and silver! So very chique. Would have loved to be part of it. Why is PEI so far away from Holland :-)

Have a wonderful Sunday! Please give my love to your mum as well!

Madelief x

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Hello Carolyn, Absolutely exquisite - the colors in your garden are so vibrant and alive - I can just imagine strolling through taking in all the color, textures and fragrances - I hope you have a blessed week,
Kathy