Sunday, June 11, 2017

June

The month of June is already gifting us with lovely picturesque moments.

Pink poppies and larkspur are in full swing.












Abundant sunshine and blue skies lift hearts...















while fresh picked strawberries wet appetites.














A special scene such as this is sure to bring a smile.
















Speaking of smiling - here is someone else who seems to be enjoying this beautiful month of June!   Hope you all are too.

P.S.
Thank you everyone for your sweet words , thoughts and prayers at the loss of my dear father.   They mean so much.

Hugs Debbie


32 comments:

  1. Dearest Debbie, it is so lovely to see your post! Your photos are absolutely gorgeous, and just what I need! Thank you so much for sharing, my cherished friend. God bless you!

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  2. Your photographs and sweet words always bring a smile to my face. Thank you so much. xx

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  3. Idyllic! Your landscape is just so beautiful, particularly now when the flowers and birds are having such a wonderful time!

    Hope that you are doing well and that your week gets off to a good start.
    Take care,
    Libby

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  4. Dear Debbie, I'm so sorry about the loss of your father, my heart goes out to you! Take care ,I wish you all the best. A special hug my dear friend.

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  5. SWEET SWEET SPRING! Lovely landscape ..hugs, Deb ....!

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  6. Beautiful photos today, Debbie! Especially the strawberries...in season and delicious.
    Have a wonderful day!!!!!

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  7. Hope things are looking up just a bit. These photos are so calming. My thoughts are with you, Debbie.

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  8. Oh Debbie, two of my favorite flowers. It is beautiful here too; the summer drought and heat haven't arrived yet. My flowers are just coming on and give me much pleasure. Have a wonderful month.

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  9. Lovely words and photos Debbie. Always precious things at your blog.

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  10. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. It must be hard to lose a parent. Take care.

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  11. You are so aware, Debbie, of the changes in your environment. Your words and photos have helped me slow down a bit and take another look or a deeper look at my surroundings. I've enjoyed this newer habit many times over.

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  12. You have such a way of calling attention to the simple, quiet things in life that most of us miss. Thank you for that! Have a wonderful week.

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  13. Pink poppies and blue larkspur...two of my favorite flowers. All the photos are beautiful, Debbie.

    Blessings,
    Victoria

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  14. You created a wonderful mood with these summery photos , thank you !

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  15. Dear Debbie, Thank you for sharing lovely thoughts and beautiful photos. Tears up for your father and I prayed. It's not easy to cope with the loss of a family member, as I've experienced it and felt the mother got shocked most. But we sang and prayed. Take your time as much as you like. No doubt your father is always with/in you. Best wishes, hugs, Sadami

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  16. Beautiful flowers, scenery and your furry friend and, most especially, your thoughts. All the very best :D)

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  17. Beautiful pictures, Debbie
    Ohio is always beautiful no matter what time of year. The shady spot with your Shepard is a perfect June photo.

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  18. Just beautiful, as is your gratitude, faith, and sensitivity...Love, Rita

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  19. Dear Debbie,
    I am so sorry to hear of your your Father's passing. I will keep you in my prayers and hope that your heart is lifted by the love that surrounds you.
    I have been spending time with my family and away from blogging for almost two months. The time has passed so quickly. My great grand child is now 10 months.. Little one's can bring such joy.
    Take care of yourself. This is such a beautiful post you have shared. Thank you.
    blessings,
    Penny

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  20. Since I don't know you well I was surprised to read about your Father. I can assure you you have my deepest sympathy. Your garden must be a great solace to you as is your sweet big dog. What a handsome creature. Love your poppies too. A flower I can't seem to get going. cheers and thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  21. Hi Debbie, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father, my prayers are also with you, know that your wonderful memories of him will bring you much comfort as time heals.
    Love the idyllic photos of June.šŸ˜˜

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  22. Your beautiful pictures remind me of less hectic long ago summer days. Thank you for sharing.

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  23. Thank you for your kind words over on my blog Debbie. I appreciate your ongoing encouragement! Lovely photos. Fresh picked strawberries! Yum. Such a difference than store bought, I find. Cheers Debbie. : )

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  24. What a beautiful impression of June, Debbie!

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  25. Gorgeous photos! I love seeing the scenery that surrounds you xx

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  26. Beautiful photos, only for the Mourning Dove sat on its nest , I could have been fooled into thinking that was England UK.
    Have a good weekeeend, Gordon.

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  27. Those strawberries look so good!

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  28. I love your photos Debbie... that dove in the tree is beautiful. Is she on a nest? It looks like it to me. I don't think I've ever seen baby doves before? I am soooo very sorry about your Dad. I will be praying for you a lot this weekend especially. Love from the potting shed

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  29. Your photos are so beautiful Debbie, thank you for brightening up my day! Warm hugs!!

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  30. Hola Debbie : Me encanta las fotografƭas de este lugar de ensueƱo, lleno de tranquilidad y paz. Es una forma de demostrar las pequeƱas cosas que nos brinda el SeƱor y la Naturaleza que son las mƔs gratificantes. Saludos!!!

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  31. June in your neck of the woods looks so beautiful. Hope you're enjoying it!

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