Wednesday, November 16, 2011

What's blooming in my garden

Today I took the opportunity to snap a few pictures of the blooms in the garden before it freezes.

Welcome!!  Come on in and have a look around.

Pineapple Sage
Spoon Mums
Spoon Mums
More Mums
The last of the Knockout Roses
Summer Phlox....Still blooming.  Old Man Winter is blowing into Oklahoma.

Tomorrow I have another chemotherapy treatment.  Here I am 3 weeks ago getting chemo treatment #2.  I always get cold during a treatment so I am glad I have this prayer quilt to keep me warm.  Thank you again Karring Quilters of Emmaus Baptist Church for this quilt.  I use it all of the time.

I will be "down" for about 3 days.  I plan to stay in bed, watch movies and read until I feel better.  Next week is Thanksgiving and we always celebrate at my house.  This year my Mom, daughers and granddaughters are coming the day before to help me cook and clean.  I have such a great family.  I couldn't do it without them this year.

Until next time,


Elisabeth said...

Your garden are beautiful as usual <3 Wish you the best of luck for thise next treatment <3 Take care my friend.

Hugs Elisabeth

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Your garden is beautiful. Hope you have a great thanksgiving and take care, do not over do it. Diane xx

Sonia said...

Your flowers are so pretty...I love that pineapple sage!! The red blossoms are some of my favorites! So nice to know that you are enjoying your quilt from Emmaus. Our quilters are wonderful..we had a baby dedication today at church and they gave each baby one. I'm not that talented to make something like that..Hope your Thanksgiving is wonderful spent with your family!!
Miss Bloomers

Katydid said...

Good to see your smiling face in the pic. Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving. I hope you get to enjoy all that good food!
God Bless you and your family!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Just popping in to see how you are doing. Hope that all is well. Diane