Once more, the fragrance of your pretty Red Rose had reached this "nose" in the Pacific Northwest!So, lovely! Thank you for sharing!Have a wonderful Sunday, Sheri!w/L.
Beautiful, I can almost smell them Sheri! God's palette is marvelous, is it not? Whilst I prefer poppies or bluebells, the tea rose in a shade of a blush hue is my preference! Then again, I well remember streets vendors of violets on performance nights...Ah, flowers! Their unique language just speaks to us in so many ways...Blessings to you and yours Sheri on this beautiful Sunday,
Hidear! How are you? Well abt this post, i love roses. It is one flower that comes in so many colors and in speak in such volume. They speak of different kinds of love and moods...... Lovely pics by theway. Have a grt week Btw do chekc out my new postStay in touchXoxo
What a gorgeous rose collection your neighbour has@ Those purplish ones are different. I'm loving this summer weather. It's quite unusual for it to last so long in the UK. However rain I believe is on it's way!http://missbbobochic.blogspot.co.uk/
Just beautiful, lovely sunny day..It's ugly here in San Francisco like it wants to rain clouds etc... Happy Sunday dear.. with love Janice
O yes the weather is fine here in Holland .....sitting outside with my iPad ...with a glas of wine and a saade...and my husbunny....i love it !!!....enjoy summer !......love Ria....x!
I certainly am enjoying my days of summer sweet friend; today we went for a walk around the lake district, went to the ROSE GARDEN across the street and then to lunch. And the red, red rose has to be the loveliest of all, and I think of YOU when I see them. BIG HUGS TO YOU MY FRIEND! Anita
Magnifique ! Ces fleurs sont superbes !
Those Roses are breath taking. Thank you for sharing:)
Sheri, your neighbors roses are stunning. The red one is so beautiful. I think I have more red bushes than other colors.Have a great week.Mary
Hello Sheri....Oh, enjoying summer to the hilt here. Your roses...ahhhh, sigh, sigh, sigh......Sooooooo lovely. Gorgeous photos.Take care and have a nice Monday. Sure wish I looked like one of the chickies in the photo. ha hahahah Susan
Hi Sheri, thank you for sharing those stunning roses. It makes me miss mine. We just pruned ours for winter. Enjoy summer.Blessings Aida
Gorgeous roses-I can almost smell them! That image of the girls on the beach...looks like the perfect summertime!xx, Heather
just beautiful Sheri(:)hugs,,p
p.s. on MondayHello dear Sheri....Isn't it funny we both did posts on flowers? Love it when you visit. Thanks so much. Susan
Hi SheriYour photos of the roses are very inspirational. We are in the middle of Winter here in Australia and I long to see blooming roses again. I am enjoying my one flowering Camellia bush at the moment. Enjoy smelling the roses Shell .
Oh, Sheri....thanks for sharing your neighbor's roses with us! Your photography is stunning. :D I miss our Arizona rose garden so much.xo,RJ
SO beautiful!!!! I imagine the fragrance was just divine?!?! ~Des
Beautiful photos, great message!I am enjoying my summer, but secretly wanting fall and winter already, we've had summer for too long, since april.yuliconversations.blogspot.com
I don't really do yellow or peach roses in my garden but I love to see them in other gardens. So pretty Sheri! Have a great week, Laura
Wow, what a great neighbor you have!! I've never seen such a vivid orange rose in the third photo. Rose season has ended in our country, so I'm happy to enjoy them in your post! Thank you for sharing:)
The roses are beautiful. The red roses speak to me too! Thank you for all your nice visits and comments on my blog.Have a blessed week!
Sheri, these roses are beautiful..you are such a good blogging neighbor and friend...kinda like that red rose..Love, Mona
Hi Sheri,The roses are all so very beautiful and love all the different colours. You must be enjoying your summer days.hugsCarolyn
My Dearest Sheri,Sorry for my late. Oh my .. so amazing the roses bushes of your neighbor.The pink-lilac so beautiful.I couldn't enjoy my summer ;(, the heat is making me nervous.couldn't wait the due date;)my big hugs to youhave a great summer to you and family
Oh my, those roses are so lovely. Yes, been enjoying the summer, don't really want it to end, I know fall is also lovely but summer is so much more fun with the breezy nights, the ocean breeze, food on the grill and so on. But we must move on the holidays will soon be here. Have a wonderful evening, Hugs...Lu
I love that last photo! It's so cute. The roses are really suffering around here because we have had so much rain. All of the rose bushes I've seen hardly have any roses let alone leaves. Roses and too much water just don't mix. LOLGorgeous roses...she certainly knows how to grow them. :-)
Hi,Oh! I love roses too.The photos of your rosesare spectacular.I also love Arts & Crafts.Thank you for sharing yourworld with us!Thank you for visiting our site,and expressing your heartfeltcomments! You made my day.Welcome Aboard at anytime!Blessings,Poet Starry Dawn.
Hi Sheri! It was wonderful to see your comment today welcoming me back to blogging! It's always a pleasure to see a sweet note from you! Yes, summer her in Michigan has been good. The weather is cooler than usual and haven't seen as many hummingbirds. Your neighbors roses are beautiful and of course the red roses! I could almost smell the sweet fragrance just thinking about red roses. Love the photos of the ladies on the beach! Where did you find that or did you create it? It's fabulous and very vintage looking.
Sheri, Your roses are beautiful. There is just nothing quite as pretty or colorful as a rose--plus they have such a wonderful fragrance. Hope you are having a good summer. It looks like members of your family are doing some traveling. We went to Colorado twice--the second time we took our 4 year old grandson and had a terrific time. Take care, my friend. Mickie :)
pretty, pretty, pretty. I'm so sad this summer is almost over, it's been such a relaxing one. Hope you had a great summer!
So many colors, all so pretty. I could never choose a favorite rose, although I loved yellow for the longest time. I am growing fonder of red these days because it reminds me of someone very special. :)Thank you for sharing the pretties with us.xoxo's
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