Saturday, April 16, 2011

Saturday Morning







This rose was such a deep red, I was trying to get contrast in
the picture but there are no highlights... just that beautiful deep crimson red.
This was made yesterday.  I suppose I can say I did take a few seconds to
smell the roses yesterday but unfortunately there is no scent in this one.


Today I'm posting some totally random photos, some things I ran across recently.




A few days ago I was looking through one of my favorite magazines,
Traditional Home, and saw some blue shades for walls
that I liked.  I was reminded that I had bought a couple of years ago
some "oops" Benjamin Moore paint in the shade here called
"Serenity".  Sounds good to me for the walls of my studio.


Benjamin Moore paints are a little more pricey but I do really like
their colors and coverage.  The man at the store said the wrong color was mixed
for a customer.


Only $5 a gallon instead of $40+ a gallon.  Just had to share this.  ;-)



My dearest Eileen, may I have this dance?


Clint's mom with a dolfin in 2005.  Can you believe as I type this, today
at the age of 88 she leaves Florida for a cruise.




Tired of dancing, it was time for Picasso and Eileen to go
for a swim.  I like what she wrote under the picture:


Picasso went for a swim, I held on to his flippers.






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The rhythm of the weekend, with its birth, its planned gaieties, and its announced end, followed the rhythm of life and was a substitute for it. ~F. Scott Fitzgerald




 May everyone have a wonderful weekend.  Take some time to relax.  Thank you for reading this blog.

8 comments:

Clint said...

Roses, dolphins, mothers-in-law, poetic philosophy....

There is something here sure to please everyone!

Shady Del Knight said...

Deep greens and blues are the colours I choose
Won't you let me go down in my dreams
And rockabye sweet baby James

You never need to thank me for reading your blog, Cindy. It is always a pleasure! Recently I had the walls of my living room and dining room painted a blue-green hue called celadon which I find calming.

It's wonderful to see the joy on Eileen's face as she frolics in the water with the dolphin. Let's all make a vow to keep our zest for life always. Have a safe and happy weekend, dear friend Cindy!

Miss Tami Lee said...

What a beautiful rose! Makes me wish I had a garden :)

Sabine said...

Have a wonderful weekend too, Cindy. The rose is wonderful.
Greetings Sabine

kelli said...

hi cindy! nice photos!

i tried painting my kitchen a light blue a few years ago, but it looked more like a baby boy's bedroom. now i try the samples first.=)

Emma said...

I'd love to swim with dolphins! But first I should learn to swim :(

Gorgeous Rose, flowers have the best colours in nature!

Cindy I gave you a Versatile Blogger Award on my blog for always keeping it interesting and posting about so many different things. The rules are to pass it onto as many people as you want and tell us 7 facts about yourself in a post!

Emma x

Karen Kyle Ericson said...

The rose is beautiful! You can darken the black in the flower if you like but I like it! I think it's gorgeous.

Cindy Ellison said...

Thanks everyone for your comments!

Shady, the color celadon sounds beautiful. I am taking a vase in the car with me when we move that I believe is celadon pottery. It has the greenish glaze. I'm feeling positive about the blue color for the room. :-) Thank you! (i know, i can't help) it :~D

Emma, thank you for the blogger award, this am I sent you an email, I have a question. I'd remembered you talking about some fear driving near the water several months ago if I am not mistaken. I feel that way sometimes, too.