Tuesday, August 30, 2011

~White Wednesday # 115~

Time.......where does it go?  It's hard for me to believe there's only one week left of summer vacation before I send my kids back to school.  I,  for one am going to miss the slow paced lazy days of Summer. 

You know summer will be coming to an end when you see the Queen Anne's Lace all along the country roads.  They are such a simple, yet intricate flower that remind me of the olden days when things were a bit slower.  I wonder if time flew by for them like it does for me?  Enjoy!  xoxo K.

My featured blog today is Whimsical Musings

Cindy has a wonderful blog and Etsy store where she sells all kinds of creations she makes and is currently featured in the newest edition of Romantic Homes magazine.  Please take a moment to stop by and check it out and also congratulate her on her accomplishments:-)

  I also want to send prayers and thoughts to all affected by the horrible storms on the East Coast this past weekend.  I hope everyone is safe:-)
     

38 comments:

  1. I Love Queen Anne's Lace... alas, it does not grow wild in the Desert.

    Dawn... The Bohemian

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  2. Brides pay good money for Queen Anne's Lace and we have tons of it in the field, which I pick all the time. I love it but it's about gone now. Taken over by the yellow wild flowers. Thanks, as, always for giving us White Wednesdays. Always fun!

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  3. Love that close up of the clock Kathleen. Enjoy your last week of summer...it did fly by!

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  4. Thanks for being a gracious hostess!

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  5. Such a pretty wildflower, that Queen Anne's Lace. I love the delicate tops.
    Thank you for your kind thoughts about our side of the country, and for hosting another cheerful WW!
    - Susan

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  6. I think that Queen Anne's Lace is one of the prettiest weeds ever and you captured it so beautifully! Love it displayed with your vintage clock!
    Blessings~

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  7. Hi Kathleen,
    I am loving your clock. Thanks for hosting yet another great party!

    Paula

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  8. I still have Queen Anne's Lace growing as well in my gardens. Oh, how I would love to see it along a country road up in Oregon! This summer seems to have just flown by. Hope you and your family are all doing well!

    Take care, Sue

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  9. Hi Kathleen, Queen Anne's lace is such a pretty wildflower, but ours occur in early summer along with wild black-eyed-susans, but by now they are gone. Always love seeing them. just linked up, xo Debra

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  10. Queen Anne's Lace has always been a special wild flower of mine. it grew like crazy all around my childhood home. brings back such wonderful memories. happy WW #115 mon amie and a happy school year to your little ones! :)

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  11. Hi Kathleen,
    Thank you SO much for featuring me today--that is so sweet of you!! I love your Queen Anne's Lace and that amazing clock too!! As always, your blog post is totally dreamy!
    XO
    Cindy

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  12. Beautiful pictures, love Queen Anne's Lace.

    Blessings,
    Tami

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  13. Hello Kathleen, The Queen Anne's Lace is beautiful. How great to be able to pick it from the country roads! Thank you for hosing. It's always a pleasure.

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  14. Your Queen Ann's Lace is so lovely. We have it here too, along the country roads. One of my favorites. Thanks for introducing Cindy and her blog, I'll go over for a visit. Thanks for hosting.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  15. I love driving the country roads and seeing all the old flowers like the Queen Anne's Lace, ragged robin, and black eyed Susan. Will miss seeing them but will enjoy the changing of the colors

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  16. Cindy tem um trabalho lindo!! Um estilo maravilhoso!!

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  17. Queen Ann's Lace was all along the roads and in the gardens when I was in Maine a few weeks ago. Such a sweet flower.
    Thanks for hosting each week.

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  18. Thank you for hosting! Hope you have a fabulous week!

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  19. ...oh how i adore the look of queen anne's lace ~
    not so much the smell though ~ lol!!
    They are like summer snowflakes

    Happy White Wednesday!
    xo, Rosemary

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  20. I let some of my carrots go to seed this year and the blooms look so like queen anne's lace!

    bee blessed
    mary

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  21. The Queen Anne's Lace makes for a beautiful vignette! Thanks for hosting, Kathleen!

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  22. Your photos are so lovely Kathleen! I love this flower...so pretty and delicate. You captured it's beauty with your lens!!

    Happy WW, Gal!
    Hugs,
    Becky

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  23. Love that Queen Ann's Lace, it grows like a weed where I live. Thanks for hosting!
    Faye

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  24. Yes, Queen Anne's Lace was a flower found near and around my Grandparent's home. Just seeing your photos brought back so many memories.

    Lovely White Wednesday, Kathleen.

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  25. I had just commented the other day on another blog that I no nothing about flowers
    and learned that this is really a weed???
    Incredible!
    Looks to pretty to be classified as a weed.
    Its been a lovely summer but its time for it to go and I gladly will welcome Autumn ;)
    Amy

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  26. Thanks for hosting a fun party that's always full of great inspiration!
    Blessings,
    Janet

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  27. Hi Kathleen,
    LoVe the post with queen annes lace,
    such a lacy filler and so feminine.
    Thank you for hosting and sharing the fun !

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  28. Lovely blog, as usual, and I especially appreciate today because that means I have electricity (the VDOT crews are awesome removing fallen trees off road, and electric company getting us up and running after only 31/2 days), such is life in tidewater area of VA. Neighbors helped neighbor with downed trees and just visiting to pass the long hours.

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  29. Time is passing so quickly-but why does winter always seem so long? Great Pics!

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  30. I agree Queen Ann;s lace is sopretty I need to drive out and find a country road and look for it however here in Missouri it may not be.

    School is in session at my university

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  31. Hey Kathleen!
    Summer is almost gone and I can't tell you where it went but it sure wasn't lazy, hazy or anything else for me... I have got to slow down a bit or before I know it - it will be Christmas. I love the Queen Anns Lace it is my favorite... it is pretty much done here.
    Yes, Jody is still here :) Long story...
    Blessings to you
    RE

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  32. Kathleen,

    Hurry FALL...please hurry..this summer will not be missed. We need the cold cleansing of fall and winter and then the rebirth in Spring..In more ways than one.

    Queen Anne's Lace was my bouquet of choice for my Mom. <3
    xx
    z

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  33. this is my first visit to your blog, Thanks for hosting the White Wednesday party! Stop by and visit me sometime! Angie @ Taking A Sunday Drive

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  34. wow, your kids are lucky...mine went back to school three weeks ago...enjoy!

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  35. I love Queen Anne's lace! It grows profusely around my farm, from late spring through early fall.

    Thanks for hosting, Kathleen!

    Liz @ the Brambleberry cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  36. Beautiful blog! I love Queen Anne's Lace. I'm your newest follower and I look forward to participating in White Wednesday!

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  37. hey kathleen..so sorry i'm late for the party! I just saw where the Linky is "closed." I posted though. Happy WW!

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