I decided to join in The Changing Seasons at Su’s place, where each month, you should post 5-20 photos in a gallery that you feel represent your month. Use only new shots. I think this is a brilliant idea. Fun and good for my memory. Tag your posts with #MonthlyPhotoChallenge and #TheChangingSeasons so that others can find them.
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How beautiful Emma and the Princess of the Night look, side by side, at the top of your post. They are the stars of your month. The greenhouse sounds like an exciting project. I am sure it will come together as beautifully as the jigsaw. 🙂
Thank you, Amanda – you are right, those two were the stars of my month. Are you blogging again? I must go see you!
I am trying to make a fresh start with blogging. I am not sure how successful I will be.
You changed your mind. 🙂 Hooray. Su’s challenge is such a nice way to record the seasons and the key events in your life for future reference.
I love your puzzle. I can see why you framed it. That will bring you a touch of joy each time you look at it. All your photos are fabulous. The greenhouse project is so exciting. You will be even busier once it is completed. I hope autumn is good to you, Ann-Christine. Much better than those scorching days you’ve been enduring.
Yes, I changed my mind – realising all the positive sides of the challenge. I find my memory is not that good these days of covid19. Energy lost and some days only sail by. The challenge will be a great help.
Yes…I do love that puzzle…for several reasons. Glad you love it too. And ”a touch of joy” will surely come every time I look at it – it already does.
I hope I am doing the right thing buying a greenhouse – I have wanted one the last 20 years…thought it would never happen. It feels like the right time now as traveling has stopped and I enjoy my garden even more. I guess you are right about getting busier! Let’s see what happens!
Wishing you bright and good days this Spring – because spring is arriving in your hemisphere, isn’t it?
Spring is official as of 1 Sept. 🙂 It feels like spring too.
I would like a greenhouse too but space is an issue. You will absolutely have fun with yours.
Don’t save too many photos for The Changing Season challenge. You will find that you have far more than you can ever post. 🙂
Space is necessary, yes, but I know people who have very small but fun greenhouses. My plan is 5 photos for the Changing Season.
That’s achievable. But how to pick!
Yes…how do you pick?
No idea, A-C. Sometimes a theme jumps out at me, but not always. Usually any nice ones that don’t make the cut i hope will find a home with LAPC one day. 😊
Yes – jumping out at me helps. I need them to sit in my vase to do a really good performance.
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I am so glad you joined us. The puzzle is beautiful; quite unlike any other I have seen.
Yay for a greenhouse, not so much for having to lose your Rowan tree.
Glad to join in, Sue. I am rather excited about the greenhouse – coming up in a couple of weeks hopefully. Sad about the Rowan…I really think this young neighbour is a bit picky…but we are not the same all of us, luckily!
Trees on shared boundaries can be such a nightmare. Can your neighbour insist on you chopping down a tree on your property?
He can. He does. He says it hangs too much over his and the red berries and leaves are drizzling on his well kept lawn. As we don’t want any quarrel with anyone, I guess we will cut it down as soon as possible. So sad. A beautiful and healthy tree.
That’s terrible. Here he would be able to cut off the branches that hang over his property, but no more and he couldn’t make you chop it down unless it was considered invasive.
But I totally understand not wanting to quarrel with neighbours!
An interesting month Leya. You will love your glass house, they are so useful, especially in your cold climate. How lovely to have resident hedgehogs who bring their family to visit. I am into my third year of changing seasons and find it so interesting to look back on the previous years. This is now the only challenge I keep up with.
I can easily understand you keeping up with the monthly theme! A wonderful idea that I will try to keep on posting to. Good for the memory and great for going back and compare!
Yes, I love the hedgehog family and so excited about the glasshouse coming up. You don’t need them in Australia…
I have a green house made with green shade cloth which is marvellous for seedlings and cuttings to protect them from the sun
Much needed I guess!
I love hedgehogs. We dont have them here in Canada. Thanks for sharing these photos. Happy autumn!
I love them too, Anne! I am delighted to have two little ones and their mum this year! A happy autumn to you as well!
What a great series of last month A-C 🙂 I look forward to seeing the greenhouse
Thank you, Brian – and I am looking forward to seeing it too. In two weeks it might be here!
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The puzzle is fabulous and oh, that cute hedgehog. Your glass house sounds wonderful. 🙂 Happy almost September, A-C.
Wishing you a lovely week, Janet – September is here.
And the same to you, A-C. The time has certainly flown this year!
A very nice and challenging August!
Yes, thank you, Anne! Challenging this whole year is, but my August was all right.
Love the jigsaw! But framed you won’t be able to do it again 😦
😦 True…but I loved it and want to have it on the wall.
These are fabulous photos for this month. That puzzle is so wonderful 😀 😀
Thanks, Cee. I thought it a great idea as my memory is fading with these difficult times…Fun it is too. You liked that puzzle ? I too thought it wonderful, and I am trying to find more puzzles by the same artist. This one I could not find the frame I wanted, so I had to buy a new one – but it will look good on my wall I hope.
Happy autumn, dear Anne-Christine! May it be full of colours and joy! 🙂
And that I wish for you as well! Thank you!