I think I can smell them all the way from Australia! Your young man looks dapper in his gingham shirt. X
He loves his gingham because Daddy wears gingham ; )
Made me smile.
Without a doubt my favourite cut flower for the house, the scent is always divine and they simply say "summer" in a bunch
Yes, the scent is heavenly and I couldn't resist bringing them upstairs last night to have on my night stand. Then I brought them back downstairs in the morning...
...Is this one of your children holding the lovely bouquet? If it is, my goodness is time ever fleeting! Sweet photo! :o)...Peace & blessings.
Yes, he's five and half years and full of pure sweetness!
Sweet Graham. Love you! Auntie Lisa
My dad used to call me sweet pea :)
Love seeing glimpses of sweet Graham and Margaret. How can they be 5 1/2? I have such sweet memories of the photo of Mike holding them both when they were wee babies.
Oh my gosh...they are so big now. I do understand the privacy and safety issue but could you show us a back view ? We feel like part of the family. :) Dianne
I have never seen a real sweet pea flower, only pictures. Will have to rectify that! Very pretty flowers! They must have a scent that is sweet? I understand why they are called "peas" because their flower does look like English peas growing.
Their scent is heavenly!
Precious. And stylish. ;) Hugs to your family. -ck
I just love sweet pea...lovely picture!Titti
So beautiful and love seeing that sweet hand holding them...
hard to tell which one is sweeter :^)Blessings,JPS: I just have to tell you that we used the sweet pea flowers to decorate for Palm Sunday....The good ol' USA sure has a lot of different climates!!
Beautiful! So fun to meet you last Wed. Thanks very much for coming to Castine. Hope we can meet up in Maine again :)Cheers,Loi
Thank you for leaving your thoughts. Kind regards, Catherine
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