...of being rainy and cloudy. I would like to tell you that it's a big hoax to keep the hordes away from our little Eden. But it's green here for a reason.. :-)
Hubby cut these daffodils yesterday after hearing that a new front was to come in today and drop lots more rain. Let's just say these are happy little dry flowers who escaped the downpour today.
I found this little vase at an antique show in Hood River several years ago, it's turning slightly purple from the sun and has little thumbprints all around it. It's just the right size for small bouquets such as this and especially my favorite, Lily-of-the-Valley of which I have a very large patch of them to the right of our brick pathway up to the front porch and front door. I can't wait till they bloom and I'll share them with you. Don't you wish blogs had "smell-a-vision"? :-)
I hope you're having a nice week, ours is nice and calm, I only have one commitment this week, I have a Friends of Multnomah Falls bus tour planning dinner meeting on Thursday. We will be planning the itinerary for a bus tour of the Columbia River Gorge and will be having lunch at the Columbia Gorge Hotel, a vintage and wonderful hotel that sits on a cliff with a major waterfall right behind it!