Thursday, December 31, 2009


 Out with old, and in with the new.

Here's wishing you all, a wonderful, healthy and happy 2010.

Happy New Year!


  1. And a very Happy New Year to you as well!

  2. What a lovely picture! And looks like you and the birds had fun with Santa. Have a wonderful New Year & look forward to reading all about the garden in 2010.

  3. Happy New Year Linda!
    I look forward to all the wonderful things you will share with us this year.
    That is indeed a beautiful picture. I just sat here looking at and enjoying it for awhile. Did you create this very pretty arrangement yourself?

  4. A festive image. Happy New Year, Linda!

  5. Happy New Year, everybody. We have a beautiful day here, for the start of the year.
    I did make that arrangement. It's agarita and what I think is called needle cedar. Both are painful to work with. I'll think twice, next time.
    I used to always buy cut flowers for arrangements. But, now I like something I can plant in the yard. That is ornamental kale in the sugar mold.
    Hope we all have a great gardening year, coming up.

  6. What a gorgeous picture! I'm awestruck by your imagination. The agarita is beautiful, so glad you're using it and showing it to the world. Great plant for the Texas Hill Country.

    Hoping for a great gardening year for you, and for all of us.

  7. PS I added Patchwork to my Hill Country Mysteries blogroll so my friends can find you too. They'll appreciate your thoughtfulness and your focus on green beauty.

  8. Thanks, Kathleen. I need to figure out how to do the blog roll thing.


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