Peaceful: in my Rose Garden

You and I may not have hours on end everyday to go hunting for those  very special quiet places.

Places to go and just relax.

Sometimes we must make do.

Sometimes we need to look closer to home.

Right at home, in fact. Right outside our windows, to end our search for “Serenity.”

Our quest for some little bit of Quiet time.

 

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Quiet Times, in my rose garden

 

 

Yesterday,  I shared a wonderful place with you…. Its not too quiet here.

A lovely mossy green zen space, perfectly peaceful. Sweetly serene.

But, I did, have to go hunt for it.  It didn’t just pop out in front of me.

You know me though, I don’t mind a challenge, a bit of a climb, putting in a little effort to get what I want!

 

 

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Up Lifted

 

 

I’ve mentioned previously,  that often I need to resort to stalking the neighbor’s flower gardens.

Usually right next door, with their wide assortment of large and aromatic roses. Yum.

But.  I must have inspired both my daughter and husband as they paired up and by Mother’s Day created a gorgeous raised bed.   Full of my own roses.

I love it and am so appreciative…. I hope you, my readers won’t tire of my many upcoming, rose posts though!

 

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In These Quiet Places

 

 

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zen –  rose

 

 

 

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Quietly, they Fall

 

It was so much fun taking these rose shots with my old Canon 600d and the macro lens.  Then editing and cropping them in various ‘poses.’

A bit of bliss.  A bit of quiet.

Just right for a Saturday. 

 

 

 

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30 comments

    • thank you Miss M! did your mom grow them? she probably had the good old fashioned nice aromatic ones too!! those kind, I love. yumm. and no, this one the tag had come off. but it might be the peace rose?? not sure?

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      • oh I love the Peace rose, I had that one at my old place. Yes my mother had so many roses but unfortunately most of them were eventually destroyed by deer. My favorite roses are the David Austin varieties of which I have several and of those I love is the Gertrude Jekyll.

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  1. ABSOLUTELY LOVELY PHOTOGRAPHY AND EXPRESSED SENTIMENTS. COmmenting, finally, on the beauty and hope you send out through your daily Blog!!.I was So Delighted to read; That You, Now, have your own personal bed of Roses Blooming ( an Act of pure Love, for sure!)..by the kids., for Mother’s Day!!.💟..way, into the many new months.
    I loved your Neighbor’s vineyard.. But this IS even better..You and your family’s love and artistic Talent,.Just KEEP ON GIVING!!.(..half-way around the Globe. 🎶🎶‼️)..That’s What I call, Successful..I can feel and hear the beautiful ” not to quiet !” Glow, in my evening Canadian back- yard Moments..
    I had to let you know I am OK.. DEBI…just Solitary..in deep healing..I know you will ‘get’ That.
    At the very same day, over here…I have found a new focus, for back- yard wanderings and ponderings..to Capture..?..I NEVER looked before..Visiting BIRDS, LITTLE FLYING, CHATTERING creatures, Unbelievable colours perching and peeking through the otherwise plain.greenish/ gray/ blue..brown weatherd city/ scape!!.
    (I have honestly, Never, Seen them in such Vivid flying Colours!!.) or in such number.. ( well, of- course..I am Talking to them!!) ..😀 I know..That’s just me!!..
    🌺🌸🌹🌿..Time to start ANEW…JOANNE

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    • hi Joanne, glad to hear that you’re outdoors and in your gardens… very restorative! nothing like it! 🙂 the garden and the journal… ah bliss! summer there, so its a lovely time of the year for you as well J. glad that you’re still having a peek in with me now and again too… cheers, take it easy! debi

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    • good morning Leanne, thank you for that lovely comment! its been a challenge growing things in pure sand. so my fingers are crossed. more mulch. more water. It will be great to have a place at my own home to sit and enjoy too! cheers, Debi

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