oh no, that is scary. I hope the car is unscathed! those flowers look so lovely, I bet they smell good too. thank you for the well wishes today :)shona
How beautiful, to look out your window & see this beautiful lilac bush.Just think, soon you can have the window open & let that heavenly scent into your home!
Oh my gosh Kathy, a tree limb on your car, oy! What a bummer! Hope your insurance fixes you up in no time and you can get back to enjoying those lovely lilacs!♥
Update: The top of my car is okay, but it took a tail light out...not as bad as it could have been! And, it did snow on Mother's Day-- a first for me. :)
i'm starting to wonder if mother nature isn't a bit hormonal.....snow....lilacs....snow.....lilacs......hmmmm....it sounds like she's about as crazy as i am most days!!! i'm glad your car wasn't damaged too badly.....take a deep breath of those lilacs, sweet gal!!! xox, :))
Love the lilac colour againstthe house greys,BeaUtiFuL♥yourdays will get better :)
Lovely lilacs. Thankful no worse damage with the storm. Stay cozy and have a spot of tea.
Hello Kathy,Thank you for the visit to my blog, you asked and I felt compelled to asnwer quickly. I own "The Historian", I even started it once and I had the feeling it would be a good vampire story, not the kind we turned used nowadays. I left it because I got new ones and one from Murakami and I love Murakami so I couldn't avoid it, plus the edition I own of "The Historian" had a terrible font and it turn really hard to the eyes to read it. I got with a magazine for a very cheap price, but I guess they do not care a lot about about they edit the books... anyways, I really want to read it some fine day and I'm glad you mentioned it :) Plus, I love those lilacs :) I love flowers, not that much in a jar but growing, I prefer much more them in a garden or inside pot growing, than inside a jar with water and cut. That house behind them make me feel it is such a beautiful place with a dreamy garden as we see in films!Much love from Portugal,Joana
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