Monday, March 26, 2012

Busy Weekend, now with two houses


This broken branch tree is in the backyard of the new house. That branch broke some time ago, possible during a winter snow, with freezing rain. There are also about 15 - 20 water sprouts coming out of everywhere from being pruned at the wrong time of year. This tree needs a lot of tender loving care because this is what it will look like in bloom.................


While we were at the house on Sunday putting up a mail box, I gathered these for our center piece for our monthly Sunday Cafe dinner. Once that tree is pruned properly, guess where a comfortable chair will sit during sunny days for a little relaxing? Yep right there under the leafy canopy.

As always, thanks for taking a moment to stop and say hello. I appreciate your time and your wonderful comments!

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9 comments:

laurie said...

oh thats beautiful, I think by the time you get this move all over and done you will need a comfy chair to relax in, under that tree sounds perfect

Laraine Eddington said...

You'll have the biggest spring bouquet on the block. It's worth the tender loving care.

Sage Trifle said...

I'm glad everything is falling into place for you. When will you move into the new place?

Beautiful blossoms!

learning table said...

Your branches make a pretty tablescape. I hope your tree will perk up!

Donna Heber said...

Your tree centerpiece is just gorgeous! Can't wait to see the whole tree in bloom. Wishing you a great week.

Athena at Minerva's Garden said...

Very pretty--and I love the idea of the chair under the tree for lounging!

Pam said...

Thanks for linking up. I love those branches and you will so deserver a nice place to sit and enjoy.

Barb @ A Life in Balance said...

Beautiful! I wish I had a tree that could spare beautiful branches like that. It must be nice in the summer.

Jami said...

Love bringing in blooming branches- and those are wonderful!

-Jami @ An Oregon Cottage