Friday, August 18, 2017

Love Is But A Song To Sing

I wanted to go to the
Rose Garden
before summer ends.









 
These colors remind me
of Fall.

 
I went inside the church
and lit a candle
for all the members of my family.
Jess, I lit one for the baby too.  : )


 
Do you see the heart?

 
First signs of Fall
There's a breeze in the mornings now,
and I can feel it coming.

 
My first Fall decoration.
The blue velvet is so pretty in person.

 
I was driving in the car,
and this song came on, I love it.
The world is in turmoil at times,
and I thought this song
was perfect for us to listen to.

 
~Sheri


26 comments:

carolina g. ticala said...

Your blog is beautiful !!! I would love to see you on my blog !! Happy day!!!
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NanaDiana said...

I remember that song, Sheri. I would have thought that was a bit before your time, though.
Cute pumpkin and beautiful patches of roses. xo Diana

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

Such pretty roses, Sheri. You are so lucky to have this pretty spot to visit. I love autumn the best of all the seasons. We are still having heat and humidity, but soon beautiful fall will be here. We surely need to "love one another." This is my prayer, dear Sheri. ♥

TARYTERRE said...

Love the blue velvet pumpkin. great song too. and beautiful roses.

Karen said...

The rose garden is a taste of heaven! Your photos are lovely. Have a wonderful weekend.

Patricia said...

There is nothing like a beautiful rose garden Sheri. You must have enjoyed being there as hints of Autumn come (so soon, but we have had a bit of Summer in the middle of Winter). Yes, I see the heart, well captured, and I love the golden grape vines in the sunshine. Love your jewel blue velvet!

It's me said...

Please summer stay........hihihihihi.....Yes fall is coming....you see it everywhere...but today sun is shining.....we enjoy it!!...love Ria x ❤️

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

The absolute perfect song to get the day started dear heart. Yes, this world is in a hot mess and we are the only ones who can fix it because if we BELIEVE, we will see that GOD lives within us. But compassion is the key that will open that door to let His love shine out of us.

Yes, autumn is creepily coming way too fast. We see the signs of it now.

roughterrain crane said...

The sound of the morning breeze told you the arrival of fall. You realized it! Happy Sunday.

Sherry said...

what a crazy mixed up world in which we live...
the pictures of roses from your garden visit
help to make sense of what's really important. ♥

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

The other morning I was out in the back yard picking up stuff and I felt a breeze and I thought I can feel Fall in the air. I was so excited and I began to think of what I would do for my Fall decorations. We have had some cooler weather, which I love and it is great for sleeping with a blanket on.

So I understand why your went back to the Rose gardens, they are truly beautiful. My roses don't look so good. My gardener took the hedge trimmers and treated my roses like a hedge. They look terrible! So now I have to get out there and try and fix the mess he made. I am pretty sure that I will be getting a new gardener. I pay alot of money for complete care.

Again, the roses are so beautiful. Have a wonderful weekend.

Hugs,
Mary

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love that velvet pumpkin and the beautiful reds in the roses....surely does look like Fall colors! It's not my favorite season but I do love the colors and scents of Autumn! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs!

Sandi said...

Beautiful, Sheri!

I saw the heart.

What kind of church is that with the candles?

Rose said...

The photos here are gorgeous...love the roses. Have not heard or thought of that song in ages!

shayndel said...

Love seeing the roses! And the heart shaped clouds!!
Blessings and a beautiful and peace-filled day to you!

RaeAbigael said...

the garden is really beautiful! it seems like a wonderful place to unwind and relax and think about life. <3

xoxo, rae
http://www.raellarina.net

Beatrice Euphemie said...

The roses are so beautiful, Sheri - such amazing colors. I can feel a change in the atmosphere, too, and the days are getting shorter. I am looking forward to the cooler weather and the pretty colors of fall. Your pumpkin is so sweet - blue velvet is so rich and luxurious. Lighting candles for your loved ones is such a lovely gesture. I've always loved that song, too. These times remind me of the turbulent 60's......I was once a hippie-girl :)sending hugs xo Karen

Pam Jackson said...

Lovely rose pics. Yes...even though it is still really humid here I feel the slight breeze of fall. I am so ready. Bring it on!

Sigrid Pulido said...

What a lovely blog! I also like roses and enjoyed your beautiful rose pictures. I will visit you again.
Greetings from Germany and have a nice Sunday
Sigrid

Regine Karpel said...

Love.

carolina g. ticala said...

Thank you very much for your visits, I love your last post!!!kiss
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Ana said...

Hello my sweet friend,
Just popping by to say hello. Missed you. Sending a big hug your way.

❤️Ana

Tammie Lee said...

Such lovely photos of the roses, I can almost smell them. Nice to imagine them blooming, our wild roses are long gone. Calif. is such a different place.

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Sheri,

Beautiful photos of the roses, how gorgeous and love all the different colours. I spy the heart and always love looking up at the clouds.
The blue velvet pumpkin is lovely and perfect for fall.
Today is a beautiful blue Spring day here.
Hope you are enjoying the week
hugs
Carolyn

Jeanie said...

I can only imagine the amazing fragrance at the garden!

I think I need a velvet pumpkin. I'm sure I can find directions to make one somewhere -- but I might just bite the bullet and go shopping!

Carola Bartz said...

What a beautiful rose garden - I love all the different roses and colors. And just like you, if I have the chance I light a candle for my loved ones in a church (I am not a religious person, though).