Thankful Thursday in the Garden & Kayaking

It's been raining so much we haven't been able to get outside and take pictures even though we have some lovely flowers blooming. Mommy accidentally cut this Crossvine when she was weeding, so she brought it inside and stuck it in a vase so we could enjoy the blooms.

We are thankful for this Daffodils pretty yellow color it reminds us of sunshine.


We are thankful the wildlife enjoys our pond and we can watch them. The Geese are rather friendly and let Mom get pretty close with the camera.


On the other hand this Blue Heron is very shy. He was checking out the Butterfly Garden when Mom took this picture.

Mommy and Daddy went kayaking in Parker Lake, February 12th while there they saw a gorgeous wild azalea that we wanted to share with you.

If you would like to see more of their kayaking adventure @ Parker Lake click here. ~ATCAD

11 comments:

The Florida Furkids said...

That's a beautiful flower! We love seeing the wildlife too!!

The Florida Furkids

Lola The Rescued Cat said...

You have so much to be thankful for. Your view is lovely.

Crafty Garden Gal (find me at PlayingInCatnip.com or HomeGardenDiggers.com) said...

Those are some wonderful photos of the garden and wildlife. The azalea is stunning.
Yael from PlayingInCatnip.com.

Eastside Cats said...

Isn't nature beautiful?

Millie and Walter said...

That azalea is beautiful. We love all the birds we get to see raise their young around us too.

Brian said...

Your neck of the woods sure is pretty and I hope the tropical storm doesn't mess anything up. Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

The Adventures of the LLB Gang said...

Such beautiful pictures! We hope the weather clears up for you all soon!
xxoo
Arty and Jakey

pilch92 said...

Beautiful flowers and how cool to see a blue heron.

Lone Star Cats said...

Our daffodils are long gone!

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Marley, and Laz) said...

Seeing the daffodils reminds TBT that he cut some last year and stuck them in a 2 bud vases. When the water dried, the daffodil flowers have stayed rather nice-looking. They still sit in the bud vases...

Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs said...

We only have the leaves left over in the patch where our daffies grow.