Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Keepin' cool... the pool. I stepped outside this morning
to take a few pics of the pond for my
OUTDOOR WEDNESDAY celebration today.

The fish kept darting in and out from under the water lilies,
so I took a shot of the bud that will open soon--yellow.
And if you look down in the right hand corner you will see
Mr. Fishy. He thinks he is hiding.

As soon as I came on the scene
Mr. Froggie plopped in the water.

But then he just kinda hung there,
waiting to see what I was up to.

It's a nice place to keep cool during this little heat wave
we are having here in Texas.

My ukulele band has an outdoor 'western' show
to put on at a nearby town--(Kyle for your Texas gals.)
The library there is kicking off their
summer reading program with lots
of activities.

I'm off to the show,
hope you all have a fun day, too!


at Susan's a Southern Daydreamer

Wordless Wednesday~*~FLAGS~*~
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Dixie said...

Love your pond... wish we had one but we don't... one of these days... around retirement time when I can get some help digging in this clay!

have a fun day playing music with friends... Dixie

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

Love the pond, they are so relaxing. We had one several years ago, but DH filled it in when the snakes started finding it to be a cool spot from the summer little flogs disappeared they didn't want to be lunch.

blushing rose said...

So early in the morn & you have relaxed me for the rest of the day ... love the soothing pond/water. The clay reminds us where we all are molded from ... TTFN ~ Marydon

Marie said...

Luv your pond! I would like to have one too but I'm scared that it's too much it? But I'm sure the benefits are priceless.

Chandy said...

Candy, love your pond and those water lilies! You're already having a heat wave there? Here in Carrollton, it's so breezy that the heat is often downgraded to warm. Plus, the constant rumblings at night help cool down the area I guess. Last night, we enjoyed a nice cool breeze though during the day, it was quite windy!

Have a great Wednesday!

stefanie said...

as a fellow pond owner, yours is beautiful, lots of work, huh. i love the picture at the top of your blog, just beautiful

Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer said...

Happy Outdoor Wednesday Candy! I wish my husband would get busy on "his" pond... but it is his I have to stay out of it! I love yours! Thanks for sharing your photos.~ Susan

Candy said...

I am married to an inside guy, unless he's climbing mountains or sailing the open seas...scouting stuff.
Yard work is a four letter word to him. But I love it. I do what I can and dream the rest!


Lady Farmer said...

I think you are one of the busiest people out there! Always on the go!
I love your pond ~ hope to have one someday. The fish and frog know how to keep cool!

Terry said...

Howdy Dixie
Love the pond ,beautiful photos .
I could see your about to have a flower bloom ,how thrilling .
Maybe next time you'll share some more great photos of your lovely pond. It is really neat !
Have a great time today .
Blessings to you.
Try to keep cool.
Happy trails.

Mary said...

What a beautifully serene spot. Thank you for sharing it with us. Have a wonderful day.

Frippery said...

So lovely. Mr. Froggy is adorable.

Brenda said...

Hmmm. Wonder why I don't have any froggies in my little pond? I love frogs and toads. And my water lilies are yellow too when they bloom.

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

What a great spot light on a beautiful pond.

Keep the adventures coming. Fantastic photos!!

TTFN~~ Claudia

KBeau said...

I would love to have a pond like that. Those are such soothing pictures.

Charlotte said...

What a nice pond and nice pictures. The little frog really adds something.

Charlotte said...

I love your header picture.

mythoughtsmyvoice said...

nice pond:-) he 'lil fish must be really shy to have his picture taken :-) And I guess the frog is just the opposite LoL

Happy Outdoor Wednesday!