Several bloggers have posted a photo (or two) from each month of 2016. (Jenny Woolf and Ellen Honeycutt are two that I have seen!)
So, I thought I would show you some photos from my 2016...
In January, my Dad had to go into the hospital. My company sent him some lovely flowers and in this photo, he is very happy to be home and posing with his bouquet. Look at that smile!
My niece, Katy, had her bridal shower in February and everyone was asked to dress in black and white...I wrapped her present in all white but I couldn't resist crocheting the black and white flowers and attaching them to her wrapped gift!
At the base of Stone Mountain in March...I remember I had to research the name of this flowering bush. I will have to go back and read it again...dang, if I can remember its name! (I do remember that it is not native...only thing I remember about it!)
April...my birthday month! I took my birthday off and went on a hike with Ranger Robbie at Arabia Mountain and he took me to a spot where the mountain laurel was just beginning to bloom. What a nice present that was.
In May, we visited our son in Cobb County, Georgia. The photo above is at Marietta Square. (Loved the foxglove!)
June- I went on a Moonlight hike at Panola Mountain!
July- My Dad planted one acre in sunflowers. We didn't have much rain so they didn't grow very tall but they were still beautiful to see.
August is hot in Georgia but the slender dayflowers still managed to bloom at the base of Arabia Mountain.
October, we still enjoyed the Yellow Daisies that we love at Stone Mountain and Arabia Mountain but they are not the only yellow flowers we love...the above photo is of the coreopsis.
Goodness, I also had a November and December but I am having a bit of trouble loading these photos so, I will stop here.
Took some time for me to choose pictures, Richard really does take some good ones, don't you think?
Wow, just looking them over, I seem to really like flowers, don't I?
Wishing all of you a blooming good year! Happy 2017, my friends!