Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Just An Ordinary Day


I got up early this morning around 6:00, and drove to Starbucks to get my favorite coffee.  The girl at the drive-thru was pleasant, and her arm was covered with tattoos with red roses and a cross.  Now, I'm not a big fan of tattoos, but you know how surprised I was to see the red roses, and the cross made it look so beautiful.  I saw the sunrise, and enjoyed my coffee thinking to myself that life is good.
 


Speaking of roses..... husband planted roses last Sunday in my garden - pink, yellow, white, and red.  I wanted him to plant them because every time he plants something, it turns out well.   His dad had a garden when he was young, so he learned a lot from him.  I will be putting in some white flowers soon as ground cover, and I'll show you later.








Have a sweet day.
 
 
~Sheri


28 comments:

Sola Scriptura said...

Coffee and a sunrise... what a perfect way to start the day! I look forward to seeing more of your garden.

Terra said...

Lovely colors of your roses and even a rose and cross tattoo for you to see that morning at the coffee shop.

Barbara Lilian said...

Your Rose garden is going to be lovely. How wonderful to be able to buy your rose bush's in flower. Then you can see the true colour. I adore the pink one, ( did it have the name on the label ) My climbing roses are still waiting to be planted. We have had some awful weather, cold at night with strong cold winds and rain during the night. So I am hardening them off under cover. No need to ask which is your MOST favourite one.
I want some of your glorious sunshine.
I hope the early drive for your coffee was worth it :)

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

So glad that you got your roses Sheri. They are very pretty and your going to love them. I try to bring in a bunch and make bouquets for most of the rooms. Mine are going crazy with this hot weather we have been having. They said that it is going to get hot again this Thursday.
Have a wonderful and I thought about you today as I was watching my hummers drinking their sugar water. I know how much you love them.
Have a wonderful Easter.
Mary

Deserae said...

Sounds like the perfect start to your day....glad you were able to take the time and really enjoy it! Beautiful roses too :o) Happy Easter!!!
~Des

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Ooooh.....this is spectacular my friend. HEY? I am on break. Can we chat?

Today, I was thinking the same thing as you did. I was out for a walk early in the morning because our weather has sweetened. I prayed and thanked GOD for such a wonderful, simple life. Maybe we were thinking this at the same time....I've been having such a charming day at home, where the sunshine is streaming in and I am remembering my childhood with my mother as we strolled the streets on so many sunny days.

Your roses are just spectacular my friend. We are hoping to plant a Ramblin' Red climber this spring! I will send you a picture of one in our neighborhood.

Yes, I have had a sweet day. ♥

It's me said...

Lovely week....love Ria...beautiful rosses ...x!

Susie said...

Sheri, I loved your pictures. Those roses are beautiful. So nice that your husband was taught by his father. We need more of that...being taught by parents and grandparents , things to get us through life. Blessings to all of you for a glorious Easter, xoxo,Susie

LoveT. said...

The Roses are wonderful ,love the Photos :)

lovely Greetings Sheri <3 ,kisses

Dewena said...

An ordinary day is the very best of days, Sheri. I'll take as many days like yours as I can get.

White flower ground cover under roses sounds enchanting.

I too used to look askance at tattoos--until my son got his first one!

Holly said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful roses, such variety and colors.

hi-d said...

Hi Sheri,

I have been away from blogging for a while, but am back and hope to post more again. It's so good to come back to your blog and "see" you.

I am not a big fan of tattoos either but it sounds interesting...next time you should take a photo...if she'll let you. haha...I'd love to see it. :)

Those roses are gorgeous. It seems early in the season for them. But you live in a warmer climate than me. We have had unseasonably nice weather this winter and so far spring.

Hope all is well and have a blessed Holy Week!

Love,
Heidi

hi-d said...

p.s. I just went back and reread that your hubby just planted these roses...explains the beautiful budding flowers. :)

Teresa said...

Surrounding yourself of Beauty and Happy Thoughts... GO Sheri!
So exciting to plant your own roses. I like roses. Even when they're old they look awesome.
That tattoo - cross and roses - is one of the most popular worldwide. The red rose means true love so a very passionate person that girl must be. I like tattoos. Of course I don't like those people who don't have an inch of skin without tattoo. But a tasteful tattoo here and there?! it intrigues and makes you wonder about the person using it. And if it is beautiful and the person seems comfortable with it for me it looks like any other jewel the person chose to decorate with.
Would I have one? No. Mainly because I'm too inconstant and one day I'd like and by the afternoon would probably hate it so...
But then I descend from African people and there are tribes that have ritual tattoos so I wonder if this fascination of mine is genetically suggested.
My son never wanted one. He wanted a piercing and he had it when he entered University. The he got bothered took it off and never used it again. Dear daughter sometimes talks about tattoos but she's still young and I try not to pass my opinions to her... don't want her regretting a tattoo I suggested you know?!
Enjoy Easter Dear Friend!
Yours,
Teresa

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Sheri,
I love roses too-my sweet Momma had a beautiful rose garden - 12 red Hybrid Tea roses from Jackson and Perkins. She tended to them daily and they bloomed gorgeously all Summer long. Your roses are lovely and I am happy to know that you are able to spend precious time in your garden. I know the joy and contentment it truly brings.
Love,
Jemma

Susan said...

Hello Sheri...I love your flowers. The roses, especially, are gorgeous. Hope you have a splendorous day! Susan

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

Oh my, we here, do not understand 'tats' either... Nor piercings... Guess that makes us very 'olden'... -grin-

Lovely roses!!! What a Joy they will continue to be!

Inger Marie said...

Hello Sheri:)
Aaa...lovly roses!
And all the timtation coceis in last post...:)
Tank tou forvisiting my blog and nice words!
Happy eastern:)

Kamyria said...

Nice to meet you Sheri!

This sounded like a perfect start to a day. I love waking up in time to see the sunrise.

Your roses look lovely, have fun with planting the rest of your garden. I can't wait to start planting in mine. Still a little too cold in my neck of the woods. :)

janice15 said...

Roses my fav.. My Yellow Rose bush is making it's first bloom.. I took a photo of the bud this morning.. I love love all the Rose photos on your post.. Happy Spring my dear with much love Janice

Antee Gurung said...

love the roses!!! your husband must have a green hand!!! so delightful post as always

Have a lovely week ahead
Stay in touch
xoxo




Patricia said...

What beautiful roses you have chosen, Sheri. Your rose garden will look quite wonderful. Happy Easter to you! xx

Dee said...

Hi Sheri! Coffee and a beautiful sunrise... Just reading the beginning of your post pulled me right on in. Oh and those roses your hubby planted are just beautiful.

That's a great picture of the bird at the end, too... :)

CraveCute said...

Love your Roses Sheri! I remember that they bloom almost all year round there! Still waiting for flowers here, but soon! Have a lovely Easter!

Lowcarb team member said...

I just love roses and their scent can be amazing too.

All the best Jan

Draffin Bears said...

Hello Sheri,

Seeing the sunrise and a cup of coffee is a great way to start your day.
Love your pretty roses and hope you gets lots of enjoyment from them.
Happy Easter to you and your family
hugs
Carolyn

Antee Gurung said...

always a lovely and positive post from you.

Happy easter to you.
Have a lovely weekend dear

xoxo

Rue said...

My daughter works at Starbucks and they just started letting people that work there show their tattoos. I'm not sure how I feel about that, but it sounds like the roses and cross were pretty together :)

Your roses are gorgeous!

xo