Wednesday, September 16, 2009

White Wednesday

Today is my first time joining Kathleen over at Faded Charm Cottage
for White Wednesday!
If you would like to see more White
please stop over and see who else is joining in.
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These are some White things outside here at Cove Cottage Farm!
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New White gate
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White phlox
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Chamomile
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Moss on an old White board fence
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Queen Anne's Lace
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Feverfew
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White edged Bishop's Weed
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Black and White feathers on Grumpy
(just look at her expression and know why she was named thus!
She has an attitude to match!)
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White seed head on Milkweed
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White whiskers on Cricket
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"Wash me and I shall be whiter than snow."
Psalms 51:7


20 comments:

hip chick said...

Oh how pretty. I think I will check this out.

Kelley said...

Good Morning!
Thank you for sharing such loveliness this morning!
I loved it...
And the verse was just perfect Ü
Wishing you a day filled with sweet and simple joys! ♥

Mary said...

What a lovely post! So glad you joined Kathleen today, so I could find your blog. Have a wonderful and blessed Wednesday!

Mary

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

What a beautiful feast of pictures! Thank'ee...I especially love the moss on that old weathered board, could look at that all day...

Sharon said...

Good morning Raeann :)

What a lovely post! I love your "white" :) I especially love that scripture verse :)

Thank you for sharing and thank you for always being encouraging to me :)

Love your Autumn look :)

Love,
Sharon

Emily said...

Beautiful things to share today!

Nadine said...

What wonderful photos! We have Feverfew popping up everywhere! I too enjoyed the Bible verse.
It is looking a lot like autumn here on your blog!

Blesssings!
~Nadine

Marqueta said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

I love it! Especially the whiskers ^..^!

Love,

Marqueta

LDH said...

I love white so I really enjoyed your beautiful white pictures.

I planted chamomile this year, first in the ground but had to move them to pots because they were near boxwoods that need insecticide treatment for boxwood miners. I have two plants and was hoping to eventually be able to harvest for chamomile tea. Have you ever used the flowers from your plants for tea?

Miss Jen said...

I so enjoyed your "White Wednesday!"
Miss hearing from you!! :)
May the Lord bless you richly, Lady Farmer!!!

Love~ Jen

common ground said...

I love your post today, the flowers, the gate, and of course those beautiful white kitty whiskers. Glad you joined in for WW. Have a great week.
Debra

Paula said...

Dear Raeann,

Your blog is looking so lovely and autumnal. I enjoyed your white post and loved the verse!

Your Cove Cottage Farm is beautiful. I enjoyed seeing all the photos you shared in your previous post, and the gifts sweet Marqueta sent you are beautiful.

Autumn blessings to you!

Love, Paula

P.S. Thank you so much for all of your kind words!!!

lady m said...

Absolutely lovely!

I especially like the white wiskers...:)

Have a blessed rest of the week!

lady m

Kathy said...

A really lovely post and blog!
xo...Kathy

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Hello Dear Friend,
Just love your header, what a fantastic job you have done, and love your fall background too.
I so enjoyed visiting Cove Cottage Farm,all of the beautiful sites but grumpy just stole my heart, we used to have a pair of black and white chickens I forgot the breed, but hawks feasted on both of them. And you are right, she does look grumpy. lol
Now Cricket is running a close second as my favorite. Great photography too.
I went back to some of your previous posts, as I am trying to play catchup, and want you to know your pictures of your farm are so pretty. I have never heard of banana apples, but they do look great, They remind me of the gala, are they like the gala in the since that they do well in both eating and cooking? I also must mention the lavender, one of my favorite herbs, beautiful and the aroma.

Getting back to the header, I might have to change mine, since I downloaded mine my computer is absolutely at a snails pace. My brother-in-law is coming this week end He is a computer expert, I am so hoping he will be able to help me.
Enjoyed visiting today,
Blessings,
Sue

cheri said...

What beautiful, peaceful pictures! Love them...and the new banner.

BTW...your edged Bishop's weed. We always called that snow-on-the-mountain. Can't kill it and it spreads like crazy. It is wonderful for filling in areas where nothing else will grow.

Lori said...

You are one busy lady!!
I missed out on white Wednesday...but I would have shared a photo of the queen ann's lace we have in the pasture, it's my favorite...such a delicate flower.
Thank the Lord He washed us white as snow, and we weren't overlooked...love the verse you shared!

Rebecca. Harlan, IN said...

White. What a good idea. I really like white, too. I have several white soup tureens and made a big white pumpkin at ceramics earlier this year. You selected such a wide and beautiful variety. It was interesting and uplifting!

Jennifer said...

I just love all your photographs (as always)...they never fail to make me just feel happy!! Glad you shared all thing white...even a great verse!

Have a wonderful weekend!

rosecottagegardensandfarm said...

Hi Raeann,

What a lovely post! Your white flowers are lovely! There is something so serene about the contrast of white and green gardens. White fences are my favorite, too.

I have updated the Junk Bonanza post with more pictures and detail about the blog party. Hope you come by again, soon! I so enjoy your visits!

Have a lovely weekend!
Debbykay @ Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm