Sunday, September 7, 2008

Freesias in a vase.



We went for a lovely walk this morning and all along the roadside were the most beautiful freesias growing. I picked a bunch and the fragrance has permeated right through out the house. They have to be one of my favourite flowers with a perfume that is so heavenly.

Have a joy filled weekend.

Hugs Carolyn x

8 comments:

  1. Your freesias are certainly lovely; I too like their fragrance. Your blog has a very charming vintage atmosphere to it...this is my first visit,and thanks for visiting my blog. I love teddy bears too!

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  2. Thank you so much for visiting Lavinia.
    I did enjoy my visit to your blog -
    so pretty with all the flowers.
    Your garden must be amazing.

    Your name is very lovely - my Mother's name is Davina and my middle
    name is Davina also.

    I look forward to visiting your blog again.
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  3. How beautiful and I just love the dresser they are sitting on.

    Love your blog.

    Blessings,
    Doreen

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  4. Hi Carolyn...

    Oh, freesias are one of my favorites! There scent is so wonderful. I can't too many fragrant things in the house...hubby has allergies. But I do sneak in what I can...
    Your dresser is beautiful. So lovely.

    Have a great day!
    Hugs, Nancy

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  5. Thank you Doreen and Nancy,

    I love my dresser ~ My Uncle Charlie (who was a lovely Man) left me some money in his will and that is what I spent it on and also a beautiful hutch dresser for the dinning room.


    Hugs
    Carolyn x

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  6. I love the scent of freesias... but oh boy, I love your dressing table even more!

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  7. Oh, those freesias are so lovely :)

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  8. Lovely photos Carolyn. When I was a little girl my Mum always used to buy me a bunch of freesias to give to my Gran when we went visiting. This year I bought Mum lots of freesia bulbs to plant in her garden.

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It always makes me happy to read your comments
and I look forward to visiting you.


Carolyn xx