Today I am taking you to the garden once more, to show you my roses. They look exceptionally beautiful this year. While New Dawn tumbles over my garden shed, Veilchenblau and Paul's Himalayan Musk find their way up the trees. On the ground Waltz time, Leonardo da Vinci, Tom Tom, Pink Cloud, Rhapsody in blue, Constance Spry and Henri Matisse are in full bloom. Whenever I enter my garden, I feel grateful that I have this magical place, that brings me so much joy every month of the year. If you are interested in the names of the roses you see on my photo's, please have a look below.
Something entirely different now. Before I begin I have to tell you that I am not going to stop blogging :-)
About six years ago I started this blog. Partly out of curiosity, a desire to connect with people from all over the world and a way to do something with my growing pile of photographs. I wrote this blog anonymously for almost four years, until my late husband urged me to no longer keep it a secret.
Little by little I told family, friends and colleagues. I am really glad I did. I still get lots of enthusiastic reactions, but now and then I am in doubt. I wonder whether for instance the fact that I know who reads my blog affects my style of writing. I was afraid it would, but I don't think it does......well, perhaps only a little ;-) How about you? Have you told the people around you about your blog? If you did, has it affected your style of writing or the way they look at you? I would love to hear!
Next time I will show you photo's of a dinner party I had in the garden.
Wishing you a lovely week!
Photo 2: New Dawn. Photo 4: Paul's Himalayan Musk. Photo 6: Tom Tom. Photo 8: Constance Spry. Photo 10: Rhapsody in blue. Photo 13: Henri Matisse. Photo 15 Waltz time. Photo Photo 17: Constance Spry. Photo 19: Paul's Himalayan Musk.