Sunday, 13 April 2008

A Little Corner of My Garden.

This is a picture of a little feature in my garden and I took the photo myself and managed to get the picture into this post without help. I am feeling VERY pleased!
My garden is only small, but it is packed with little ornaments and things and I intend to post a view every now and then. Now that am able to snap & post!


Suburbia said...

Thats so pretty Maggie. Congratulations on the task! It is so good to just take a photo and share it straight away. Only in cyberspace I guess.
Can't wait for the next one!

B.T.Bear (esq.) said...

This very cute.
Do you get frogs in your garden?
We do. Although we don't have a pond.
And Mummy puts flowerpots out for them to sit under when it's sunny. They have little doorways in them.

She's mad, my Mummy. But she's ok really.


the mother of this lot said...

You come a long way baby!

Maggie May said...

Suburbia ....... thanks for your encouragement.

b.t. bear (esq).......We have had frogs in the garden. We have a bucket plunged into the ground, surrounded by pebbles & they seem to like that.
If your mummy is mad..... she is welcome here & will fit in nicely!

Jackie ..... thanks! Have a long way to go, though! I have ideas!

girl with the mask said...

Way-hey indeed! You go girl! x

Momma said...

Hi Maggie -

Love the photo!

I have very few ornaments in my garden, only one, in fact, and it's something my kids gave me. Maybe he'll show up on this week's Wordless Wednesday? Stay tuned...

Peace - D

CrazyCath said...

Oh well done Maggie! It looks like you have started something here!

And I love that little corner of your garden.

Sweet Irene said...

Congratulations on grasping a new task in posting your blog. Isn't that great?

The little corner in your garden looks great too. I can't wait to see more.


Jules said...

Oooo. Pretty. And no snow.
It looks as if gnomes might be living in your garden, though.

Maggie May said...

Girl with a mask ....... I feel well chuffed!

Momma ........ will look forward to Wednesday, then!

Crazy Cath ..... I think YOU started it with your own little garden pictures & your new camera!

Irene ....I went out for a long walk yesterday & took my camera! Watch this space!

Jules ....... No snow! Rarely get it. Thanks for kind remarks.

Maggie May said...

PS .... There is not one gnome living in my garden! Unless they are keeping it a secret!

Suzy said...

It's lovely to see the areas of your garden. Thank you for sharing.

How about more??

I noticed in your profile you said you loved your imac.
I am the Support Manager for the Macs at the University I work at.



Gypsy at heart said...

A very nice photo...I love the japanese lantern, and the mixture of green colors....good job!

Expatmum said...

Isn't it great when you conquer technology. I am just about to buy some stuff which converts your old VHS tapes onto DVD. I am bracing myself for some serious manual reading and tears.

Maggie May said...

Suzy........... Glad you like the photo. Good for you working with Macs. Can't think why more people don't get them. Our whole family are Mac users! We are mac evangelists!

Gypsy at heart ....... Thanks for visiting me. Also for your encouragement!

Expatmum ....... Glad you are tackling changing your VHS to DVDs. I ought to do this too as tapes don't last long. The manuals are not written in ordinary language for ordinary folk! Good luck with it!

Mean Mom said...

That's a good photo! I'm always pleased when I find out how to do something on my blog. Take a tip from me. Write down a few notes re how you did it, because, if you are anything like me, by tomorrow you may well have forgotten!!

aims said...

What a great accomplishment! It's amazing what we can do once we learn. It's the learning that can be so painful sometimes!

A lovely pic..looking forward to more!

Flowerpot said...

Well done you Maggie - looks like a wonderful little part of your garden!

Maggie May said...

Mean Mom ......yeah..... Must make notes with my type of memory!

Aims ....... its the frustration of things not going as well as they did when a helper is here. When helper has gone out, things some times don't go to plan.

Thanks, Flowerpot!

Granny Smith said...

This pretty and cute. I'm afraid anything that size would soon become lost in my personal jungle.

Maggie May said...

It IS pocket handkerchief sized, Granny Smith.