Saturday, March 23, 2013

Sunlit, Inside and Out

 This spider plant that sits on a blue mirror pedestal in the living room often catches sunbeams.
Mourning doves are taking advantage of sunlit warmth in the tea house.
I'm joining Karen at My Little Home and Garden for Sunlit Sunday.  Thank you Karen for hosting.
I may be a little late visiting others as I'm at meetings all weekend.

20 comments:

  1. Judith your spider plant looks so healthy! It's nice to see the mourning doves taking shelter under your patio table in the warm sunshine. Enjoy the weekend.!

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  2. Judith:
    I do love my morning doves that come each day too! I love your photos and it is snowing like crazy here too! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  3. You know I absolutely love spider plants and had them my entire life.....but don't have them now. I gave away my last one when we moved here and never got any more.

    I like them because their maintenance is so minimal!

    Morning Doves: we had two who camed every day and cooed and wooed us with their sweet forlorn serene sounds...........till our little neck of the woods arrived KESTRALS - huge big black predatory birds who feast on morning doves.....so they are gone.

    We saw Kestrals yesterday - they have no natural predators so they're here to stay and doves are no longer part of our backyard wonders. Sniff. So sad, I miss it because it always reminded me of growing up and how much my mom loved those doves.

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  4. Beautiful "warm" photos! I really love the one of the mourning doves...sunbathing! :D
    Hugs,
    Beth P

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  5. Lucky mourning doves at your house! The spider plant is beautiful in the light.

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  6. Hello, Judith

    Your spider plant is so lush and full; it looks beautiful with the rays of sunlight on it.

    Mourning doves seem to like my backyard, sitting on the ground or lingering on the bird feeder and watching - I'm not sure what they're watching!

    Thanks for participating in the final Sunlit Sunday for this year.

    -Karen

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  7. I love my houseplants with Spider's being one of my favorites nearly as much as I love the sunshine!...:)JP

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  8. That's a beautiful spider plant. I've never had very good luck with them. Hope that you're enjoying a fun weekend at your seminar/ meetings.

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  9. Judith, your plant is lovely, and soon the doves will have plenty of ground to walk on.

    Jocelyn @ http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

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  10. Your spider plant looks so healthy and you did a great job with that photograph, and of course I always like to see and hear mourning doves. Hope you're having a good weekend, It's a rainy one here, and cold,

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  11. Poor little mourning doves. They must be even more anxious for spring then we are.

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  12. Gorgeous spider plant in the sun. We have had lots of doves around the garden, many sitting in pairs in the back trees.

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  13. I used to have a spider plant. This one looks so healthy and green, especially with the sun shinning in on it!

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  14. The spider plant is so pretty and good for your home, too. Enjoy your day!

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  15. It's always more cheerful when the sun is shining!

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  16. Every home needs a spider plant!
    We don't have doves at our feeder, but often, as I drive to work, I see a flock of doves floating above the highway, on a flight path known just to them.

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  17. The shadows next to the spider plant were intriguing.

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  18. Lovely shots! The light and shadow with the spider plant was a good capture! Looks like my house with the doves.

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  19. Dear Judith,great shots!!I like your spider plant!We have a lot of doves in our area!Thank you for your comment on my post!Hope you have a lovely Sunday!
    Dimi..Athens

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  20. What a healthy looking spider plant. I used to have one, but it was discarded in one move or another. Your photo has me itching to look for another one.

    Happy Sunday!

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