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Sunday, May 1, 2011

What's Blooming?
















 Happy Sunday.

8 comments:

lisbonlioness said...

Are you mad, wummin? I sat back, relaxed and enjoyed your display of yellow goodness, and BLAM you present me with a spider practising its bloody ricrac skills? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU??? ;)
I wish that dragon was real, though, I have this mental image of the kitteh waking up to scaly overlordship! lol

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

GREAT photos! Are those peppers and eggplants too? Love that spider web, never seen anything like it.

www.TheToastedCoconut.etsy.com said...

Great pics!! I am pretty jealous--> it was snowing when I woke up today. =(

Emily
www.TheToastedCoconut.blogspot.com

Sonja said...

Love the spider and the lizard with the cat! What kind of lizard is that, anyway?

MJ said...

Hiya! It's Monday as it's a bank holiday here so I dont have to work :) need to pick your brain: ever since xmas I've been saving toilet rolls (the cardboard insidy bit i mean) fo an unknown reason. Any idea what to do with them? Something useful would be good... thanx as always :)

Christie, Describe Happy said...

Blooming spiders? How big was it? When I lived in Okinawa Japan.. they had banana spiders.. aka. very big... like as big as your hand spread wide open and poisonous. Gives me the heeby-jeebies just thinking about it. Hope you are enjoying lots of warm weather and sunshine!

Life in Rehab said...

I have to admit, that lizard is the species Dimestorous Plasticus. I just like messing with my guests.

Tiaras & Bow Ties said...

That cactus is amazing! Never knew they looked like that! Spiders though...yuck
Kim