"The soul is the truth of who we are."
Beautiful windows....I love it,BssCecilia
Oh one of my favourite things....I have a few and adore them...Hope your weekend is going well ..thanks for visiting me the other day!
Jo - your blog is beautiful! I think I love the Thomas Kincaid the best. I have three of his paintings in my home and I could stare at them all day long. I will live in one of his cottages in my next life!I'm so glad you've become a sister i the Bloggerettes! Lots of fun people out there to meet!Enjoy your day! Karen
Lovely photos. Thank you for sharing...
A sweet hello from Frog Hollow Farm! Your photos are lovely, and you have wonderful taste in window boxes! We have a couple in front of the house, can you believe that they are still empty? Thank you for stopping by today and leaving a comment! Isn't the Summer Sundays meme fun?? Ciao, bella!
I was just saying to my sister she needed to add three on the back of her home to finish off the Tuscan look of her outdoor room.What lovely photos Jo! I think I will show her your blog, hopefully she will get the hint her windows need help! :-)Have a lovely Sunday, cheers!
oh how I love the window box phonomenon!!
What beautiful images Jo! My favorite is the last... Thank you for sharing and thank you for visiting and your very kind words.Blessings,Penny
Loved your photos for this post Jo. And also the quote from the Wise Woman post below! I sooooooooooooooo agree about the laundry! Have a wonderful week! Charlene
Jo, another beautiful inspiring post! I always enjoy visiting your lovely blog! xoxo Christel
I was out jogging the other day and saw a beautiful window garden and thought how much would I like one myself! Imagine opening up your kitchen windows, a cake in your oven, and smelling your own pretty flowers :)Thanks for the post
Oh you've brought back some precious memories for me! I was blessed to live in Germany which has some of the most beautiful window boxes that you could imagine. Thank you so very much for your kind words and support. May your open door only reveal beautiful things.
Oh I looove window gardens! I have always wanted one of my own, but I've never lived in a place where that is possible. Thank you for sharing these lovely images. And thank you for your sweet comment on my blog! :)
HI Jo- Thanks for stopping by the other day; this takes me back to Paris, where I tended a tiny windowbox in my top floor garret. This really makes me smile....have a wonderful day!
Wow Sweetie,,your blog, photos and art are simply beautiful...Gorgeous in fact...What a joy it is to be here,,,Happy Blue Monday do click on over to mine,I'd be honored~~~Blessings and Hugs~~~Dena
BTW,,,Your blog has enriched my soul...THANKS again~~~Dena
Beautiful window gardens. Hope you one day have yours. Hugs
What a joy!I cannot say that I have a true one...but rather a makeshift one. It does indeed bring me great pleasure.I am certain one day you will be in the midst of just such beauty!http://myladydujour.com/2010/06/from-ireland-with-love/#more-991
And I'll be in the window next door, and they'll all be the kind that smell so good when you open the shutters...Fun to dream, huh :)
Your comments enrich my soul. I love hearing from you.