Tuesday, July 12, 2011

I found some cute little flowers in my yard...
hard to believe in this heat...
I didn't plant these...
I guess my bird friends brought them..
my morning glories are still blooming...

the cacti are doing great....

now this fellow looks tough doesn't he...
what is your favorite summer movie?
have you seen anything good lately?
or is their a old one you like to watch in the summer?
The last good movie I saw was Lincoln Lawyer...
the last fun movie I saw was Letters to Juliette...

9 comments:

chancythegardner said...

Oh, how pretty these are. Hugs

texwisgirl said...

haven't watched many movies at all. have a few i've taped off HBO and ShowTime and have never gotten to them (too much blog-reading i guess).

that's lantana that someone or something gifted you with. otherwise known as 'ham and eggs'. :)

mumsysramblings said...

When I was here earlier all that was showing was the top picture. That last picture is great!! I don't watch very many movies. The ones they show on TV that I like I have seen so many times they are no longer interesting. It has to be a really good movie for me to sit through one. Hugs

Janie said...

Your flowers are looking good, in spite of the heat.
I read the book, Lincoln Lawyer. I want to see the movie sometime.

Dawn said...

Those 1st flowers are adorable!
Movies....hmmmm...I can't remember the last good movie I've seen. Maybe I will have to steal your ideas:)

missing moments said...

All your plants are looking good. Last movie we saw was just this last weekend ... The Tree of Life .. a strange movie indeed!
Previous one before that was Midnight in Paris! Delightful!

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Ohhhhhh that first little wild flower! Ohhhhhhhhhhh! Pink and white and yellow! And tiny. How sweet! How perfectly sweet!

Just watched "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon," and "On Moonlight Bay." Made in the 50's, Doris Day films, based on Booth Tarkington stories. 1917 setting. I LOVE these 2 films, for any season.

Love the actors, and characters, and story lines, and sets! Ohhhh the sets! And the costumes! Old fashioned and lovely. :-)

Stay cool!!!!!!!!

Linda Chapman said...

Is that pretty flower lantana? It is a native plant and loves the heat and dry conditions!
So Lincoln Lawyer was good? I have not seen it yet but if it is still showing at the Starplex on Tuesday I will go!

Debbie said...

I love lantanas. I just ordered Lincoln Lawyer on Netflix. Letters to Juliet is so cute!