Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Friday, March 17, 2017

Flower Friday with Dory and St. Pat's Day

Happy 
Saint Patrick's Day..
My green Irish eyes are smiling...really.
You know  how you can tell?
Small pupils and ears are erect and...you can't hear me but I'm purring


Above the bed where I rest is a cross stitching mom did called
AN IRISH BLESSING
It is a favorite of Mom's

In case you can't read it...Mom typed it for you.

May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face;
the rains fall soft upon your fields 
and until we meet again, 
may God hold you in the palm of His hand.

I think this is a very nice place to nap and mediate

We thank Dory Princess of Posies for hosting....


Today we have a collage of blooms here and there at Manor Madi as of 3/7/17


1.Magnolia Madi she blooms and thrives inside she requires regular feeding and watering!!
2.First Dogwood blooms of 2017 in MARCH, normal blooming is April
3.Hairless lady pot now has a Snake plant 'do'
4 and 4a. bed of Periwinkle
5. Daffodils are coming up everywhere and sometimes in surprise places
6. Camellia blooming in the front, last month we showed you the back and we still have buds 
7. Red Bud in bloom
7a. Once the flowers fall off the limbs will be covered in heart shaped leaves.  This tree has been
a happy surprise.  WE did not plant it.  Now it is about 15' tall.

Finally our pansies which we have renamed

The little Pansies that Could
They were planted in early fall 2016
Even after the ice storm in January followed by 3 days of not above 20 degrees
and nights in the single digits
They keep on blooming.  They obviously like cold better than hot.
After several very hot weeks in February they got a bit weary but
Dad nursed them they made another come back.
This is probably this last good photo of pansies until fall.



34 comments:

  1. Happy St Patricks Day Grrl furrend! It is so nice to sees yous and your wonderful flowers! Wes has a few spring flowers around here and the pansies is surviving despite the WORST cold and snow in years and years here in Vancouver.
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  2. Hari OM
    top o' the mornin' tae ye lassies!!! Begorrah, but you go easy on all thon greenery today!!! Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  3. that are fabulous flowers... and the snakeplant makes your special pot a little to a medusa now :o) Happy St. Paddy's Day... the blessing is wonderful!!!

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  4. Love the Irish Blessing. Madi, we really do like your four leaf clovers. A very Happy St. Patrick's day to all of you.

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  5. i might have to get a few pansies, i do love these. and we call the snake plant, mother in law tongues in the deep south... here they grow like weeds in the ground. my grandmothers house was on blocks and the whole underneath of the house was full of them. the look on your face is priceless as you meditate on the blessing. did you see Sweet Sugar died yesterday?

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  6. I haven't planted anything yet this year. Some of the perennials have bloomed.

    Have a wonderful St. Paddy's day. Happy weekend.

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  7. We are just loving your beautiful blooms! Happy St Patrick's Day, Madi!

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  8. Happy St Patrick's Day! Such pretty flowers coming out for Spring :-) Nose licks and love from Moth xx

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  9. Happy St Patrick's Day!

    Bestest purrs

    Basil & Co xox

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  10. We LOVE Magnolia Madi the best of all. Pansies do well here in the winter too. Mom should really get some to add some color to our front yard.

    We saw the news about the big fire. All paws crossed for all in Raleigh to be safe - God bless those firefighters.

    Happy St. Paddy's Day!

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

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  11. Happy St. Patrick's Day beautiful Madi!

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  12. Beautiful cross-stitch and beautiful flowers! None here yet. Happy Wearing o' the Green Day!

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  13. You are our favorite bloom, Madi! We love your beauty and that hint of attitude :)

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  14. Erin Go Bragh! Love the flowers...cannot WAIT for more to bloom in our yard!

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  15. I love the Irish blessing ♥ Your flowers are lovely and just like ours, they are all a month ahead of schedule.

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  16. We can't wait to see some flowers around here. The grass is starting to green up so maybe some flowers will be soon
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  17. Such gorgeous flowers--shows what a bit of water can do. It's raining this dark, morning....sigh. The Irish Blessing was read at HER mother's funeral. So lovely.

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  18. madi......snakez ina pot !!!!! whoa....ya knead a shillelagh ta rid them frum de landz !! ya lookz gorgeouz in yur green ~~~~ happee week oh end &
    lá sona st patrick le sláinte do gach ♣♣♣

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  19. That poem is one of my favorites! Happy St.Patrick's Day! catchatwithcarenandcody

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  20. Your POSIES are PRETTY... butt YOU are BEAUTIFUL. Just Sayin.

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  21. Very pretty flowers, nice to see something other than white snow. Happy St. Patty's Day!xo

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  22. May the road rise up to meet you is one of Lady's fav. sayings! Happy St. Paddy's Day!

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  23. You have lots of blooms there Madi! We have 1 bush, 1 flower and a magnolia tree threatening to bloom. Did you have any green beer to make your eyes green?

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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    1. Simply breath taking flowers there Madi! We love them all!! And of course you always take such stunning photo's! Happy St Paddy's Day to you and yours.
      Molly and my Mom @The Fast and The Furriest

      http://thefastandthefurriestat.weebly.com/

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  24. We can hear you purring all the way across country Madi!! We just love all the flowers you have blooming this month!!!!!
    Happy St. Patrick's Day!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  25. Beautiful flowers and we just love your mom's needlework!
    Cammie!

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  26. What beautiful flowers! We are buried in snow around here!

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  27. We love seeing all your flowers, Madi. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  28. Happy St Patrick's day beautiful Madi. Your flowers are lovely but no match for YOU!

    The Florida Furkids

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  29. Thanks for sharing all your pretty flowers. We are covered in snow and won't see any blooms for a long time.

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