10 Aug 2009

FUN MONDAY



Karmyn wants to know :

WHAT'S GROWING IN YOUR GARDEN? (or yard, or patio pot). Please post a picture.

This is a very easy Fun Monday for me. In my garden nothing grows besides grass, various bushes and above all weeds.


even on our patio. There are also 3 flower pots standing there, but that's it. I have no green thumb or I don't want one, I love to sit in our garden and being outside, but working in there ... that's another story !

This afternoon I take the Eurostar (train) to the UK and will be for a week near Eastbourne at the South East coast of England.

I will blog then from there, maybe I can already get a connection in the train that would be great then time goes by faster.



17 comments:

Faye said...

I like the looks of the narrow passage in the upper left corner of you photo collage, Gattina. Is that a tall green privacy hedge between your house and the neighbors? If so, good idea. Enjoy your English holiday. I still need to take a ride on the Eurotrain.

karisma said...

Well it certainly does not look like its full of weeds!!! Very nice! And you have a safe and fun trip! Can't wait to hear all about it! Hugs xxxx

Thom said...

Weeds...LOL...that's what I grow as well. Have a great trip. Be safe and by all means stay out of trouble :)

Mar said...

It looks very well taken care of! and a beautiful environment for your summer office :)
Bon voyage!

Hootin' Anni said...

Enjoy your trip Gattina!!!

Love your green, green yard. And such wonderful privacy with all the hedges.

...so, what's growing in my yard is totally colorless. LOL]

Happy F M

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

You always make Belgium look so neat and clean like it is a well run country. I know you get things done in spite of a government which does not work so well.

I have been reading about the Dutroux murder cases and discover your police forces don't always work well. Has Belgium recovered from the shock of this dreadful case and made some improvements in policing? I cannot find out if people socially and polically higher than Nihoul were ever found to be involved.

Sayre said...

My grandmother also loves to be outside, but at this point is unable to work in her garden. So her garden consists of gravel (no mowing), a few bushes (little maintenance), a couple of flowers and a bench. And she loves it. Over the rock wall is a horse pasture with a big tree right at the wall, so she has plenty of green to look at without having to take care of it!

Lil Mouse said...

the flower pots are still very pretty!

Melli said...

At least GRASS grows in your yard! I can't even get that! LOL!

SAFE TRAVELS my friend! I'll be WITH you on this trip! YAY!

lisaschaos said...

Unfortunately, I think weeds are a part of every garden. :)

Pamela said...

I was writing my comment and I had a power failure -- frightened me and my little Curlymop who is sitting on the floor playing.

anyway -- your yard is peaceful and inviting.

I am on a weed hunt everytime I got out the back door. A close neighbor has quite a field of them and the seeds blow into our yard with every breeze.

Janis said...

Everything is so green and lush,such a lovely setting to be in. Enjoy your UK visit, it looks nice.

Maribeth said...

a wonderful trip to the UK.
By the way, my friend in Berlin is having quite a time getting her passport. It seems they are giving everyone a hard time these days!

Cheffie-Mom said...

enJOY your trip!

Dr.John said...

Oh my another trip. You sure do get to travel. Enjoy and I will watch for picturs.

Karmyn R said...

Enjoy your holiday!

I've given up trying to fight the weeds. They win every single time - now I just try and pick the ones that get the most annoying.

The Church Lady said...

Well, you may not have a green thumb, but you certainly have a green yard! Hope you have safe travels to the UK.