I'm back home again but haven't been on the blog for a few days, I so far behind I will start from here, my little furball was not talking when I came home, this is a catty way of ignoring you I think.
Big big storm the day after I arrived.
Tried to get pictures but only got foggy windows.
But you get the idea, and afterwards so so humid.
This is my sister back yard so different to mine very neat tidy, I have always loved the stone wall, it looked wonderful in the storm just like a waterfall.
The guest staying area, three bedrooms a bathroom and a sitting room all very nice .
But the wall is the best part of the whole house.
I will take you for a wander, lots of cool areas but needed as it does get very hot.
My sister cutting flowers for the house, a few gardineras well that's not spelt right but you know what I mean those white flowers that smell great.
There is a wombat that often makes a mess here but I didn't see him just the disturbed bark.
And a few clouds and sunsets to finish up with.
Bye for now, will try and catch up with all my reading but if I miss you have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Love your sister's wall. And that begonia.ReplyDelete
And that sunset is very, very special indeed.
I hope you have a wonderful christmas - and that you get some feline forgiveness.
Hope you have a merry christmas.Delete
My cat is now talking to me but only just.
Stunning sunset photos! The sitting area where you stayed looks cool and comfortable.ReplyDelete
Your sisters garden is lovely, I like all the large crotons she has there.
Gardenias are lovely, but too many too close is a bit hard on my sinuses.
Her house smells lovely but as you say it can be overpowering.Delete
Oh my word look at that sky!!!... Sister's garden is very different from yours, but with a different charm - I am more the 'random garden' type like your good self &*> Have a peaceful and happy Christmas dear Merle, YAM xx
I hope your christmas is happy too where are you spending it.Delete
Cheers Merle - I'll be back in Edinburgh... and Chrissy day is with my second sister, who's hubby is the chef for the day!!! Yxx
Everything looks really spiffy. I like it. The wall is good too.ReplyDelete
That sky is magical. Your cat ignoring you, oh dear me, all because you went away. You came back, welcome.
Cats are funny things, they take no notice of you until you are not there any more then they get funny about your return.Delete
That's a stone wall without mortar. It is brilliant.ReplyDelete
It is pretty good.Delete
your sisters garden is lovely, and her home as well, it looks quite large,, I really enjoy the tropical plants, its a treat for my snow weary eyes!ReplyDelete
Her home is very large but stays really clean, Iike spening time there.Delete
Hello, your sister's place is lovely. She has a beautiful yard and garden. I am sure your kitty is happy you are home. Have a happy week ahead. Merry Christmas to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Merry christmas to you and all your family too.Delete
We missed you; welcome back. I saw it was a stacked stone wall, too. An artisan put that up.ReplyDelete
Thank you I missed you all too, didn't take the computer with me.Delete
Think they had it built as the house next door is set higher than theirs, it's a hilly area.
Lovely pics especially the dry stone wall and gardenia.Cheryl : )ReplyDelete
I very much in awe of the gardenia as mine all die very quickly, a lot grow around here so it's not the soil, and the stone wall is just wonderful.Delete
You spell much like me!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous pics :)
Nice to know there are crazy spellers out there.Delete
Your sister has a lovely home. How cool that there is a wombat in residence! :)ReplyDelete
..wow... I like your sister's garden Merle.......ReplyDelete
the bird you rescued is gorgeous..........
Hugs... Barb xxxx
For just a sec I was right there in the garden with you smelling those sweet white flowers. I don't think I've ever had them round in America actually. :)ReplyDelete
Trying to catch up Merle!! Such beautiful garden and flowers!! Tropical plants!! Love the hibiscus!! We grew those in Florida but too cold up here in Georgia!!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!!