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I am artist of texture and color. I enjoy working with textiles, mixed media and the graphic arts. I am an avid cottage gardener with a love for pass along plants and big fluffy pink peonies and pink roses. Many of my tangible creations reflect my love of the garden and all its wonderful colors. I am not one who will settle for neutral colors as they bore me. I have been selling my creations online since 2002 beginning as a hobby and 10 years later my art is my full time passion.
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05 May 2009

Lynsie's walk in the garden

My little granddaughter Lynsie, recently took a walk out to nana's garden--things are not too colorful yet in my cottage garden, but hey, this is May in western Oregon, and summer doesn't really start until July 4th!

I just followed her with the camera as she explored...

quite a challenge to climb the pile of hens and chicks
to get to the duckies

but the bird bath splashing was even more fun!

a visit with bear bear was interesting... cute ears, but....

he is a bit funny looking, we think grandpa needs to
give him a new coat of paint

all done---Lynsie will be back when the roses bloom~


Eclectic Pink Rose said...

What a cutie-pie!!! I'm so glad you found my blog, so now I can enjoy yours. Adorable pics, love the face with the bear
♥ Teresa

Eclectic Pink Rose said...

What a cutie-pie!!! I'm so glad you found my blog, so now I can enjoy yours. Adorable pics, love the face with the bear
♥ Teresa

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

Those pictures are just too cute! Anybody can tell you are not having fun being a Grandma!!!! LOL!!! :)

sandisstuff said...

What precious pictures Debbi - she is quite the little actress with the bear. Too cute. I love the shoes.

Sares said...

What a sweetie. She sure gave that old bear cub a look of disgust didn't she! They are so fun at that age.

You asked if I was in Yakima, the answer is no. I live in a town called Centralia, halfway between Seattle and Portland.

Thanks for coming by today and I hope to visit with you often!

Mary Ann Miller said...

Debbi, Thanks for posting the darling pictures. Your granddaughter is a cutie. Your yard is really nice!!!

Anonymous said...

OMGoodness, how adoreable is that baby??? You should feature her on Beverly's Pink Saturday Grandma. 100% Angel!

I'm adding you to my blogroll, will you add me, please?

Thanks for sharing your pics with us all, xJ http://maidenshade.wordpress.com

Anonymous said...

Very cute pictures! She is such a goof! We need to repaint our bird bath... it's looking pretty nasty. I never thought about repainting it... duh!

Kimberly said...

Hi Debbi! Thank you for stopping by my blog and for adding me to your list:) These pictures of your granddaughter are just priceless! Almost makes me want to become a grandma myself!

Karen said...

I am visiting from Mona's at Whisper Sweetly of Cottages! Don't you love her?
Great post. What a sweetheart you have. I can't wait!! Now you just have to remember to show us all the roses when they bloom!
Thanks for letting me follow along!
Have a wonderful Mother's Day!

Barb said...

Debbi, the pictures are absolutely adorable! Lynsie is the sweetest little toddler. She must be such fun!

Lynn said...

I can't believe how much Lindsey has grown, she is adorable, and one of the special joys in life is to watch a child in wonder of everything, it is all so magical for them :)
My garden looks about the same Debbi, we must have the same type of climate.

Anonymous said...

Just stopped by to say "hello" this fine Tuesday! xJ

Lenie said...

What a lovely pictures. And I love your blogs. Super !!



Anonymous said...

She is just adorable. I'm a "nana" too. Isn't it just great? I can think of nothing I'd rather do than spend time with my granddaughter's.



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