Sunday, December 21, 2008

Merry Christmas!

I didn't join any official home tours via blogs, but took a few photos tonight to share with anyone who is interested!

You should be able to click the link Christmas Slideshow to get there, but here's a sample!

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

29 Days of Giveaway

Go visit this great blog by Christi who shares TERRIFIC images for free over on flickr. She's in the spirit of the season and this amazingly creative person is participating in 29 Days of Giveaway -- you can win great stuff just by visiting her blog! :)

Friday, November 14, 2008

Bring on the turkey!!

A sneak peek at my table set for Christmas. It's a little plain (yes it is -- it needs MORE MORE MORE!) but I'll continue working on it. The rusty sleigh I bought for cheap ($8) ended up costing a bit more because I had to have some reindeer to pull it and some stuff to go in it, but ain't it PURDY? :)

Monday, October 20, 2008

It's nearly Halloween... and that means....'s time to decorate for CHRISTMAS!! Yes, we have our annual town-wide Holiday Open House the first weekend in November, and this year it's the day after Halloween! Which means the store will be decorated for Christmas starting later this week. Big sigh....

Ahhhhhhhhh, but in my HOUSE it's still fall! That cool sign above is a gift from Tina Wright, my good bud & NotSoSecret Pal for 2008. Oh, and check out these other photos and let me know what you think.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Just thought you might be sick of daylily photo

Time has passed since I posted that and I suppose life keeps me too busy to post. A common excuse. Perhaps later today I can get something up!

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Daylilies in the ground

.... and I timed it perfectly just before a nice, gentle rain. I got a photo before I planted to show the SIZE of these things. When I've bought daylilies before, one fan meant one plant. With Funderburk's it meant a huge clump!

Aren't they gorgeous just sitting there? Kathi from Funderburk's recommended that I cut them back to about 8 inches high after planting because being dug would stress them and that would let their growth go toward blooming. I'm sure with so many big clumps I'll have enough to share from these varities before long. Anyone want to line up now? :)

The varities I just put out are: 2 Yazoo Frances Heart, 6 Pandora's Box (on sale for just $1 each, and a steal!) 2 Strawberry Candy (the biggest clumps -- one with 5 plants in it!!), 3 Fairy Tale Pink, 3 Dewey Roquemore (also gigantic clumps I ended up splitting!), and 2 Pardon Me. I promise photos as soon as they bloom.