Friday, June 5, 2009

My Morning Walk

My little grandson Asher smiling. He is 9 weeks old and he usually goes with me, but not this morning.
a house whose garden i love

bearded iris


a pink azalea next door



little blue bells




magnificent roses





foxglove

a lime green tree

heart shaped leaves
poppies


I live in a really cool old neighborhood here in Tacoma and here are a few pictures I took this morning on my walk and one gratuitous picture of Asher.

9 comments:

Cris said...

What beautiful pictures! Everything is so lush in the northwest--I am envious! I love foxgloves, but they don't last long here where we have such hot dry summers. Your grandson is adorable. I look forward to grandkids someday, but not yet!

Lily Hydrangea said...

what a sweet sweet dear little face! & lovely plantings too.

3rdEyeMuse said...

Asher really does have such a GREAT face! thanks for taking us on the walk with you - beautiful!

Funky Art Queen said...

Oh, what a lovely walk, I love all the beautiful flowers. Those pink ones are so interesting and the red ones -are they pansies? LOvely walk, now if I had only burned the calories while looking at the pictures.

Renee said...

How beautiful. Everything especially the baby's eyes.

Renee xoxo

Janine said...

Wonderful pictures Julie! That baby is so cute! If that is your house it is beautiful! Love the flowers. I was just getting ready to put up a pic of my bright red Rhodies on my blog.

canngil said...

looks like a little slice of heaven!
ps, photos of grand kids are never gratuitous.
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Maria said...

what a beautiful part of the world & what a gorgeous baby:) thanks for taking us for a walk:)

Julie Fillo said...

Cris, I love foxglove too, I took about 100 pictures, but only that one looked good to me.

Lily, thank you!

3rd eyemuse, isn't he just so cute? He's such and happy babe.

funky art queen,
pink ones are foxglove, the red ones at the bottom are poppies

Renee, Thank you! I can see the older him staring out at me from them sometimes.

Janine, no, not my house, just a favorite garden

Canngil,
I saw your grandson, he looks SO Happy!

Maria,
thank you, I'm glad to live here!