I can’t be silent, Judy, because I sing on praise team. But happy Sunday back to you as well. Lovely flowers.
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Allow me to learn something new this beautiful morning and explain ‘praise team.’ Choir?
Yes, but for the praise service, with “non-traditional” worship songs, such as you might here on some Christian radio stations with contemporary Christian music.We also have a traditional service where the songs come from the hymnal.
That’s of course “hear.” But I’m typing on my phone and it wouldn’t let me change it.
Beautiful flowers Judy. I particularly like the first one – it’s different 🙂
Just gorgeous, Judy! Wishing you a lovely Sunday and happy days in the garden! ♡
Oh such pretty flowers – I’m so sad that my garden is not there yet….love the glads…or are they something else? hmmm….
Two Hibiscus and one rose. 🙂 But, I love glads too.
Rewards for endurance New Hampshire! I hear El Nino is supposed to be kinder to us northerners come winter. Thanks for sharing the beauty of summer.
I’m hoping you are right. An easy winter would be good. 🙂
This is what you successful gardeners work for all spring and early summer – a lovely crop of food to eat and flowers to sit peacefully and admire! Enjoy your well deserved Sunday morning amid a healthy crop of beauties!
Glad you liked them. It is hot, humid, steamy, did I mention really hot, here. 🙂 We took ourselves to the beach this morning to sit under a shade tree and enjoy the sea breezes for about two hours. Then back to the AC and the ceiling fans. 🙂
Hot here but not muggy. It’s a weird summer. Southwestern PA is usually very humid and we haven’t had much of that this year..just off and on. Talk about COUNTING YOUR BLESSINGS!
I am sorry that you have it…clearly Mother Nature prefers ME this year over YOU , lol!
I am going to go sacrifrice something to Her so that this will continue. I might sacrifce dusting or weeding or something 🙂
Let me know if that sacrifice works and I’ll get right on it. You could cut it with a knife up here. Ugly but I don’t have to shovel it. Thinking positive. LOL
Your flowers are so pretty. It always surprises me that hibiscus do so well in cold climates. You see them so much here that I always think of them as being a Hawaiian or Californian plant! Pretty!
Love that old fashioned rose.
I wrote a short post on Sunday but quiet and refreshing for preparation for the week transpired for me. We font have air conditioning in my warehouse I felt like I was swimming in humid spa with no benefits. Where is my masseuse? 🙂
People who live in parts of the world without humidity probably don’t understand that truly sticky wall that envelops you and you feel like you have to claw your way out (or into the AC). 🙂
So glad you figured out the weird way my phone morphs words like “font” for “don’t.”
I like the way you described it as an enveloping sticky wall. Thank you! 🙂
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