Saturday, May 30, 2009

But What About the Front of the House?

In all of my eagerness to show you the exciting flowers that keep popping up on an almost daily basis, and with even more pictures to come soon, I feel that I have been neglecting the front of the house. Although maybe not as colorful, it still is rather pretty. Take a look:

This is the little tree that could. Could it grow some leaves? Who knows. It is struggling behind everyone else. B's friend told him he did not like the tree to which I replied "can you blame him? look at it!" We don't even know what it is.

A bigger picture of the scraggly tree:

And this? This is the GIANT tree on our front lawn. It has more leaves than the scraggly one, but is still a bit behind. I was dismayed to find a bunch of nails in its trunk when we were out there one day. I removed the ones I could and apologized.

How about a comparison from the winter? Can you see the bent branch on the right?

Yes, this one. Wonder when that will fall.

And how about a view of our street:

Our grass looks rather green in that picture. I am loving it.

7 important things being said:

Jennifer said...

Ohh, it looks great! And what a sad story about that tree. I think you probably made it feel better when you apologized.

*~Dani~* said...

Thanks! I tried to make the tree feel better, however, I still think there are some nails in there. I need to go out there with a hammer and finish the job.

Andhari said...

OMG your house is really nice, and so does the whole areas of neighborhood. Lookslike a fantastic place to live :)

Anonymous said...

Wow all the plants look amazing, but can I just say, how cute is your house? It looks like something right out of a nursery rhyme! How cute!

*~Dani~* said...

Andhari - I love this neighborood. It is so quaint and the houses are all different. I will have to take more pictures for you.

Reeders - welcome! I never thought about it, but it could look like something out of a nursery rhyme. Thanks :)

easytravel said...

nice picture, beautiful garden in front of the house. I never seen it in my country. thanks for share. I invite you on my blog.thanks

*~Dani~* said...

easytravel - welcome and thanks for stopping by! I will check out your blog too.

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