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January 02, 2013


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Each post is like a visit to your happy, colourful home--thank you so much for inviting us in! Beautiful flowers... they lift the spirits!


so many gorgeous photos! I do miss the flowers this time of year


So colourful! I love that green spotty jug too!


Fantastic Lucy, you really are a teacher for everyday happiness! Thanks for that!


what glorious flowers!

Miss Holly

What a heavenly dose of wonderful!!!!

Linda Andrews

Your bouquets are always lovely, but the bunches of sweet peas are my favourites. I grew up with vines of sweet peas covering the fence in our backyard, giving their gift of heavenly fragrance. They don't grow well where I live now, so your photos always take me back. Thank you.


I so love the rainbow colored pitcher, I`ve seen it before in your posts and it`s so nice. You must be so proud of all those flowers, I can`t get myself to spend money on flowers that just die, but they really look wonderful.


Beautiful an uplifting!

Taciana Simmons

They are wonderful and they bring life to our lives :)

Happy Ramblings Blog - Rose Petal

Hi from New Zealand! Such beautiful flowers. I love them too and always need them around the house. Your little posies are so pretty and inspire me. Since reading your blog I am content with a small sprinkling of flowers on my desk when there aren't many available too :)

Julie Nursey

Oh my WOWWWWWWWWW! That was inspiring thanks Lucy :0) Pls could you tell me the camera you use? Happy New Year Julie x


Gorgeous. I could almost smell them! :-) xxxx


Ahhhhh I can almost smell them! A wonderful burst of colour on my computer, Heather x


What eye candy! Lovely. I wish we could have as many flowers in our home as you do. To make up for the lack of flowers in Winter, how about trying silk flowers? If you get good quality ones, and look after them well, they will look super, and last for ages. However, I'm afraid that they do cost quite a bit to buy so you would need to get them somewhere cheap.


Beautiful! You've inspired me to increase the amount of fresh flowers in my own home this year. Happy new year to you! Jo x


I love that you always have flowers. You inspired me to keep my eyes out for bargains and now we frequently have fresh flowers on the table. At the moment though we have a poinsettia plant that my husband picked out before Christmas.


Lovely as always Lucy! I love that tiny crochet bunting you have wrapped around one of your plants - it is just fab! :0) xx


I like it!! A very Happy New Year!


Inspirational! Talented girlie x


Hi Lucy, your flowers look lovely, a year full of floral colour! I've just discovered a beautiful blog called hopscotch lane have you seen it, you should have a look I think you would love it, I've been making owls all day! XxBrenda

Jacqui Jeffries

Awh Lucy I love your blog it is so colourful. I'm sitting here looking at the rain feeling miserable, but do you know what, I'm going to go and get some flowers for myself to bring some colour into the dull day. I love your mini bunting for droopy hyacinths what a fab idea xx


That's a lot of lovely colour, just bought a rose plant for my kitchen table, going to make a point of buying more flowers this year.


Oh, such a beautiful look at a year of flowers! I've always been a huge fan of fresh flowers to brighten any room in the house. It is my one ( okay. Maybe I have several) guilty pleasures when I di my food shopping. Such a great!


You have such a lovely collection of colourful jugs, Lucy. I particularly like the old bottles. I have a few similar glass ones that we have dug up in the yard over the years. I find it very hard to grow pretty flowers though- something to do with them needing consistent watering methinks....

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