Friday, April 23, 2010

Happy Pink Saturday!! April 24, 2010






























If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? The Pilgrims (This was a favorite joke of the third graders I taught for many years.) Hello, sweet and kind friends! Once again it is time to show our favorite pinks. Today, I am showing pinks from inside and out at Bunny Cottage. My garden has really been putting on a show this year. We had an extremely cold winter for Central Texas and lots of rain so far this spring. Nothing helps the garden to grow like rain sent from God. I can water all day with hose water, but when rain comes from heaven, the plants drink it up. Please visit Ms. Beverly and our other pink participants by going here: http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/my_weblog/
Thank you so much for your visit today! It always brightens my day when you do. Sending lots of love and happiness your way!






48 comments:

Willow said...

Your garden looks so pretty and I love that cup and the doily under it.

Willow

Rebecca said...

I love how your garden pics look. Mine is suffering right now...tooo busy to tend to it. Next week!

xoRebecca

GypsyNurse said...

Happy Pink.. boy are you good.. I am lucky if I remember when Saturday is!!
Your pics are beautiful!!

Mary Ellen said...

What a lovely pedestal dish you have!! I love it!
The garden is looking fabulous! I just took pictures of our snowfall today- needless to say we are way behind in the bloomin department!

bee blessed
mary

Susan said...

Such pretty pictures, every one! LOVE the teacup.
Blessings!

Tanza said...

Hi Vicki,
Your flowers are gorgeous !! you're right about the rain water too .. the plants LoVe it !! I am in loVe with your beautiful PiNk rose tea cup .. Scrumptious !! Hoping your week-end is a wonderfully blessed one my friend !
Big hugs ~tea~xo

Paula said...

Hi sweet Vicki,
I love that silly joke! Too cute! I agree, our garden thrives on rain water from God, the hose just can't compare! We have had the same weather as you did this winter, and noticed how our garden is really blooming well this Spring! Yours is beautiful!!! I love all of your roses and flowers. The birdbath and all the plates are so pretty in your garden. Wonderful ideas!!! I love your beautiful cup and the gorgeous wall pocket sweet Ann made for you! Thank you for sharing all the pink inside and outside of your happy and beautiful Bunny Cottage! Much love to you sweet friend! Love, Paula

Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Hi Vicki, your garden is just sooo lovely! Things are still coming up above the ground here in Michigan, so it's going to be a little while yet. But my Bleeding Hearts have some sweet blooms right now, so I have some pretty flowers to look at :) The rose cup is simply GORGEOUS!! Love it! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful photos with us :) Have a lovely weekend, warmest always, Brenda

Doni said...

Gorgeous pictures Vicki!! I'm in love with that pretty piece of china...and you've done a wonderful job with your garden. Thanks for sharing!!
Blessings,
Doni

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What a lovely and delightful post! The flowers in your garden are amazing!!
And the dishes are stunning!
HPS,
Debbie

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Hi Vicky, your china is lovely and your garden is beautiful. Love all these shades of pink. How adorable is pink! Cannot without pink!!
Wishing you a perfect pink Saturday and Sunday too. xo

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Vicki,
What beautiful flowers grow in your garden! I love the china inside and outside as well! I wouldn't dare hang china on a fence in my yard because the wind would be sure to blow them off. Thank you for sharing your delightful post. I am not participating this week in Pink Saturday but I wish you a gorgeous weekend, my friend.

Blessings,
Sandi

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello my friend... I could just look at your lovely pinks all day... you have so many beautiful vintage floral china pieces, each one so unique and pretty! And your gardens are stunning... if April showers bring May flowers, I should have alot! We have had rain solid for three days now and more predicted! You are right about the gentle rainwater... everything looks so green and alive right now... xoxo Julie Marie PS I still love that old "Mayflower" joke too!

Julie Harward said...

Hi Vicki...loved your flowers and tea cups and the darling pouch hanging on the wall..very cute! I would love to come see your very pretty place...enjoy! :D

lilian said...

Hello Vicki! Beautiful pictures, I really like the 5th. one with the photos and laces, it´s so cute . besos Lilian.-

CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

That was a beautiful post! love the flowers, the garden, the pretty use of china...

everything was lovely!

thanks for sharing

ciao bella
creative carmelina

GWENDOLYN said...

I love the use of the plates in your gardens. Charming!
Blessings!
Gwen

sissie said...

Lovely pinks and your garden is stunning!

Happy Pink Saturday.

hugs
Sissie

Rosewood Cottage said...

oh my goodness this is just sooo beautiful! I would love to ship you up to Michigan and have you help me decorate my new yard! ;) The ideas and whimsy you have included in your outdoor space are amazing! Happy Pink Saturday to you! :)

Terra said...

I love all your pinks, both the flowers and your china, and became a follower today, and good to meet you.

The Tin Rabbit said...

Hi Vicky...Your flowers are just breathtaking! I have a rose bush kinda like your..it's loaded with blooms but they are all facing down! What's wrong? Love your teacup and don't your pocket look pretty! Have a Great Weekend~ God Bless..Ann

♥ItaJeff♥ @Something To Share said...

Hi Vicki...
Your garden is so wonderful and your china are so lovely, both inside and outside your house. Everything is perfect here..i love it so much.
Happy PS & have a great weekend
Ita

someplace in thyme said...

HI SWEET VICKI, IT FEELS LIKE AWHILE SINCE WE SPOKE. ONCE AGAIN YOU DO NOT DISAPOINT. ITS ALL BEAUTIFUL. I LOVE YOUR GARDEN, CHAR

Cottage Rose said...

Oh Viki; Your garden is so gorgeous,, I love all the wonderful little touches you have placed around.... and the Beautiful floral Pink bowl? or dish,, Love it...... Happy Pink Saturday;
Have a great week.

Pink Hugs;
Alaura

Pom Pom said...

Hi Vicki,
I like the saucers in the dirt, all ready for some pretty pink blooms.

Terri said...

Oooh I love that rose dish, it is just beautiful. Your garden is just lovely. Thank you for showing us all this beauty.
Hugs,
Terri

Nancy said...

What pretty pinks...but that compote bowl is just breathtakingly beautiful!

Mari said...

HELLO SWEET FRIEND,
I LOVE YOUR PINK POST, EVERYTHING IS JUST STUNNING ESPECIALLY YOUR GARDEN!!! LOVING THOSE PINK BLOOMS, HAVE A HAPPY PINK SATURDAY SWEETIE :)

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Gorgeous pinks, both inside and out today, Vicki! Can you believe I've never heard that May flower (pilgrims) joke!!??!!

Happy PS!

Big TX Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Ineke van den Akker said...

Hallo Vicky,
Welcome on my blog.
with love,
Ineke

Robin Ennis Willson said...

gorgeous gorgeous photos! I love that wall hanging...is it a purse made from a doily? Beautful!

mythoughtsmyvoice said...

That small bowl (is it a bowl?) is very pretty! Andyes , your garden is certainly putting up a show. The roses are just blooming generously. YOu are blessed! I'm sure the birds love to hang around by the bird bath. :-)

Happy Pink Saturday!

MIzpah,
Li

fiberdoodles said...

So very pretty! Happy Pink Saturday!!

Maggie said...

Please come here and help me with my garden!!! Yours is lovely!

Happy Pink Saturday!

In Shoes We Trust,
Maggie
"Do these shoes match this purse?"

Atelier de Charo said...

Love your garden full of pink blooms.

Happy Pink Saturday!!!

Charo

vickie said...

Happy Pink Saturday, love your pinks today.
Your garden looks so inviting. The china piece
is gorgeous!
Vickie

Sherry from Alabama said...

Love your post today. We are getting our share of rain in Alabama today too.

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

Shirley said...

I am spending time this evening to try to catch up on my blog reading and visiting my special friends. I loved your pink Saturday, the tea cups and your garden were beautiful. I have a doily like yours that my mother made for me many years ago. I have mine put away in my cedar chest for a memory of my mother. Your garden looks so inviting for sharing that cup of tea. I don't think my allergies would like it, but I still love the flowers of spring. Have a wonderful weekend. Your Missouri Friend.

anna @ frosted petunias said...

Hi Vicki! I was already swooning over your cup until I saw the pics of your garden!! Oh my gosh, it's just beautiful! So glad you stopped by and left a lovely comment. Have a great weekend!

My Grama's Soul said...

Your gardens take my breath away!!

Nuf' said.

Jo

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: Love your Pinks! Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

Duchess of Tea said...
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Duchess of Tea said...

Vicki darling you melt my heart with the photos of the lovely china you post each and everyday. I wish I were a teacup in your cupboard so that I could spend time admiring all your lovelies. Enjoy them and your Sunday my friend.

Love & Hugs
Duchess

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hello sweet friend! Your teacup is gorgeous! Your garden is so pretty, and that reminds me, I must get my dishes out there too! I was too late to participate this week. Hopefully next week. Enjoy your week!

Bunny hugs,
Debbie

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

I love your china, gardens and inspiration! I am touched by your darling blog!

Hugs,
Maryjane

Valerie@travelingthrough2 said...

Hi Vicki,
Your garden is beautiful, just beautiful. I also like your china, is that a soup cup? Whatever it is it is a beautiful work of art. The joke is funny, I will have to share that with little companion. Happy Monday!
Valerie

Sares said...

Yep, just as beautiful as I knew it would be! I always love seeing pictures of your garden, it looks like such a magical place!

Simple Southern Happiness said...

Oh sigh... your garden is so lovely. I would not ever want to leave it. I can only imagine the fragrance wafting through the air. I do want to know where you aquired the heirloom seeds that grow those delightful flowering plates you have as a border? I have never seen them. I watch Martha Stewart all the time and she would always know about special items like this. :)

I know I will be back time and time again to visit the garden just to get a daily dose of calm.

Blessings to you and yours.