I am so glad you are not ironing, these photos are gorgeous. I don't have any roses in our new yard so I really enjoy visiting others gardens. That ironing pile will be there tomorrow anyway...
Hi! I'm your newest follower. Thank God you weren't ironing because the pictures you took are so refreshing!Have a good day!
Beautiful! I love that arbour with the climatis growing over it. Yes, it's definitely too hot here to be ironing. It's 30 deg. right now. I'm cool down here in the office but upstairs it's an oven! Stay cool!
It's to hot to iron. Much better to be out in the garden enjoying the beautiful flowers. I love the arbor! What program did you use to edit the pictures. Beautiful job.
So happy that you took time out of ironing to smell the roses :)Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures with us, and reminding us of some of the simple joys of summer :)Smiles :)Kerin
Your garden is beautiful! You can iron on a rainy day!♥
Your garden is beautiful - I guess the flowers aren't minding the heat. But ironing? much to hot for that!
You can iron any day, use your time to enjoy the roses..they sure are beautiful..
Save the ironing for a rainy day Karen. Gorgeous entrance to the backyard. Can't recall if you've shown the climbing rose before - New Dawn? My two are doing better than ever this year.Judith
Lovely photos Karen ! Your garden is stunning, I want to see more !
Your pictures are breathtaking!!! So very beautiful...ironing can wait when you have all this beauty around you! Thank you! Cathy
Your roses are so beautiful. And I love the last picture of your summer garden. It's truly gorgeous!
Hi,Karen.Is this your garden? Wow, so beautiful! I am so happy that you do not iron and that you have shared those beautiful roses with us. Thank you! Tomoko
Seriously who can iron when there's a beautiful garden to enjoy? Your photos are BEAUTIFUL! Enjoy your day!
Much better to take a stroll in the garden with your camera.
Hi, Karen! I`m delighted with your beautiful garden and sweet roses! Glad you had this shot time to took a shoot :o)Have a sweet time dear friendloveNatasha
Well, I will take a stroll in a garden any day before I'd iron! Your arbor looks fabulous! The clematis is amazing and the roses are too!
Oh my to linger in your garden of roses is such a wonderful treat! I love the arbor surrounded by clematis! Lovely! Ironing can be done on a rainy day!I enjoyed my visit!
No, you shouldn't have been ironing. You should have been exactly were you we're....Enjoying your lovely garden with its beautiful roses and clematises.Yael from Home Garden Diggers
Just tuck a blossom behind your ear and no one will notice the wrinkled clothes. Lovely!
I am glad that you didn't go ironing, otherwise, I would have missed those gorgeous garden photos!
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Love your first rose on the top here in the dish and the design around about it. Stunning. is it a napkin folded I love roses. Clematis on your valance. Pretty. They are easy to grow as long as you continue to water them I found. Glad you decided to not iron. A rainny day.
Thank you so much for visting my blog, I hope you visit again, I love the roses and flowers, and the clematis is beauitful! Hugs, Lynn
Your clematis is amazing!! I've been a complete failure with that tender little flower!! Ironing? That's a foreign word to me! If I could scrub a toilet - that would be preferable to ironing. Smelling the roses - of course that's the best choice - you go girl. Leave ironing for another day (or better yet, send it to the dry cleaner or live with a few wrinkles)!Kelly
That last photo is stunning! Your clematis is jaw-droppingly gorgeous and together with the rambling rose (?) your garden is a dream!Yes, I shall pass on your request for relocation to the house with the post box. I'm sure they won't mind moving out. :-)Wishing you a lovely summer,Helena