Friday, April 18, 2008

My Green Thumb...


And he said they wouldn't bloom...

14 comments:

thekirnancrib said...

yayyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!! I can't wait to get home (we are still on vaca) and see if mine have bloomed! I wish I woulda done white, too.

Gustogirl said...

Tulips are so gorgeous arent' they? You need to make me another header!! I am so tired of mine and my skillz aren't as good as yours. You'll have to give me a tutorial!

Monty said...

they are so pretty Rach, i need to plant some flowers out front this year for sure.

Monty said...

this is julie signed in under dave's account, sorry, haha...

Tammy said...

Sometimes those hubbies just need to have a little more faith in us. Isn't that just like men....

But hey, it is a good sign that they are coming, it means that spring is just around the corner and who couldn't use that little bit of hope.

Grant & Kami said...

Those are very beautiful! Great Job!!!

Nesting with Grace said...

Rach..I was sad I missed hanging with the girls! I love your blog...you are awesome! I need to get you back your books..maybe do a book club on The baby whisper or My girl friends guide to preg. haha that would lame but kind of funny! Loved those books...we are workin the baby whisper it is great!
See you soon, Brooke

LindsSawyer said...

They look really pretty! Nice work!

Silly Little White Girls said...

Oh, I love tulips. So pretty. We have TWO that have bloomed ... the rest are still coming along. Hopefully it means spring really is coming!

PinksandBluesGirls said...

Your tulips are so beautiful... and the photo is exquisite. I love the colors and the depth and the shading and the, well, everything! You have more than a green thumb!
Thanks for sharing this wondrous sign of spring!
Sharon - Pinks & Blues

Natalie said...

Wow! That pick looks pro! Good work!

shauna said...

Soooo perty! I'm anxious to get out in my yard this weekend and get started. It's still super cold here though...

Beanie said...

You do have a green thumb! I love the surprise of bulbs that blossom into flowers months after you've planted and forgotten them. Is this a symbol for life and all of our bulbs will bloom eventually?

Angie said...

It is so satisfying to grow something yourself. Well done green thumb.