Friday, 29 June 2012

green is the colour

I've been meaning to tell you and show you what I've been up to lately,
but I have been too busy - and lazy- and I also seem to have become used to
silently enjoying your posts ; it's much easier to read than write, right?

Anyway, it was Fiona from Raindrops and Daisies with her wonderful idea of 'Green Day'
that got me out of my hiding place and into the world.

So here's (part of) how I spend my days, now that schools are closed for the summer.






For more green love pop over at Fiona's.


Have a great weekend.

Back soon. I promise!

xxx


17 comments:

marigold jam said...

Good to see you Yiota. How clever your mosaics are.

orchid said...

Hello, nice to see you Yiota,
Gave me a little smile with the way you said "got me out of my hiding place" ♪
Wonderful Collage(*^_^*)
Lots of hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako.

TexWisGirl said...

i like how you put them into collages. very nice! :)

Cloudy said...

Es gefällt mir sehr gut...

Lieben Gruß
CL

sexta-feira said...

nice! i hope you'll enjoy plenty of juicy tomatoes!

Ellie said...

I hope you get a lovely crop of tomatoes off your plants. :)

Crafty Gardener said...

Nice photos, I'm visiting from Green Day.

MYstory of HIStory said...

Green is my favorite color... so full of life :) Thanks for sharing your pics! Hope you are finding that perfect balance between being busy and lazy ... I rarely ever seem to get it just right ;)

Little Dotty Bird said...

You like like you've had a lot more success with your tomatoes than I hav had! They all look very happy!I like the way youve shown the photos, I'll have to work out how to do all that technical stuff! (visiting from green day) :)

Fiona said...

Hi Yiota,

So glad to see you posting again.
I missed you.

Lovely lovely photos.

Thanks so much for linking up.

I hope you enjoyed it.

Take care and looking forward to more lovely posts and pics from you.


Fiona x

My Little Home and Garden said...

There is plenty of lovely green in these vegetation photos. The first bloom is always exciting.
-Karen

Eileen said...

Lovely photos, hope the tomatoes are as good!

.... visiting from Fiona's Green Day.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Yiota, it is wonderful to grow veggie from seeds. it looks like they are doing well. I only have some grape and cherry tomatoes growing. Thanks for sharing your green, have a wonderful weekend!

sexta-feira said...

Your name sounded Greek but I wasn't sure! I'm doing summer classes! Thanks for visiting the blog! :)

Anne said...

Yiota, thank you for visiting my blog. Good luck with your plants. There looking good.

Magia da Inês said...

❤•.¸¸✿⊱╮
Passei para uma visitinha... amei seu blog.
Bom fim de semana!
Beijinhos.
Brasil
♡°º
°♫♫♪¸.•°`♡✿

Kristin_Texas said...

Those are pretty, and as someone else said I like how you put your photos in a collage. It looks really nice.

Kristin