Now Thats a Big Sunflower

filed under: Miscellaneous on August 14, 2011
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  • I couldn’t resist sharing a few pictures from our weekend.

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    My niece Inga came to visit.

    Her and her mom (my sister) and her grandma (my mom) came to the cities for a girls/birthday/school shopping weekend.

    They came over a bit later and we made red velvet cupcakes and let the kids decorate them any way they wanted.

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    Then I decorated one just the way I wanted.  And then looked at it.

    Cause I am trying not to eat gluten.

    And those were not gluten free.

    The only thing they were free of was healthiness.

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    Dear sister posing with the sunflowers that run the edge of our garden.  She wears fun colors.

    I sometimes try to liven up my black wardrobe with a splash of white.

    I am a rebel.

    Seriously though, our sunflowers are huge.  At least 15 feet tall.

    Not sure why.

    But I like lookin at em.

    Did you do anything fun this weekend?

     

     

     

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  • Renee says:

    Sounds like fun times. That isn’t a sunflower, thats a sunflower TREE. Dang.

  • Paula says:

    When my sisters were visiting here two weeks ago, one of them went into the giant grasses that grow in the front of our property and I took a picture of her in the midst of them. This pic of your sister by your giant sunflowers is wonderful, made me think of our sister gathering…we do it when we can, but it’s never enough is it?

  • darcie says:

    ah…LOOVE those sunflowers! I had giant ones last year…and this year, we don’t have any higher than 4 feet – and NO FLOWERS YET! Harumpf! looks like a fun weekend! xoxo

  • Miranda says:

    Those sunflowers are HUGE! I’ve never had them grow that big before. Ever! I’ve also wanted to try a gluten free diet. Is it really hard to get used to?

  • Brooke says:

    I’m not very good at wearing colors… It’s just not me. Color-phobia, that’s what I call it.
    I’m jealous of your sunflowers! Beautiful.

  • BJ_Mama says:

    WOW!!! Those are BIG SUNFLOWERS!!!! SO PRETTY! (I’m talking about Rainbows today…just thought you’d like to know 🙂

  • Trooppetrie says:

    that is one huge sunflower, did you plant them. that cupcake looks like just what i need for breakfast

  • Bethany says:

    Wowswers. I love sunflowers, but the squirrels eat them around here before they really have a chance to bloom out. Do you keep all the seeds? The kids have always wanted to but no luck so far.

  • Anna says:

    Sunflowers are my favorite flower in the entire world. Yours are beautiful!
    We travelled from Maryland to Memphis, TN, where we’re currently enjoying a couple of days siteseeing. We’re leaving tomorrow for the second leg of our trip … Texas!

  • Kristin Smith says:

    Love the pictures and the sunflowers are amazing!! Did you plant them or are have they always been there??
    Blessings for a wonderful week friend!!
    Kristin

  • Christina says:

    What a fun weekend you had!
    Ours was super full and not with fun stuff 🙁
    Oh well there is always next weekend:)
    BTW I am loving the sunflowers too! Gorgeous!

  • Gianna says:

    I like to wear pink or blue. I am a walking baby gender mama. You will have a girl if I wear pink on this day or you will have a boy if I wear blue on this day.
    Okay, that comment was stupid, but I’m still gonna leave it! That’s how much I love you!

  • sweetsugarbelle says:

    LOL, I dress like you. You are SOOOOOOOOOOOO lucky to live in a place that sunflowers almost reach heaven, and things grow because it rains. I’m ready for fall and ready for spring again. I love your back yard!

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