Fun Monday #16, Your Spring Views

My friend Vicky, Catching Light, is the Host of Fun Monday #16. She is the accidental creator of Fun Monday, with input from Willowtree, down under, at A Dingo Got My Barbie.

Vicky says, "hhhh yes! The day finally has arrived. My noseyness can be satisfied until Summer.Today is the day I can peek through your door and see what you see everyday. It makes us BFF. It almost shows my stalker personality. It satisfies my sweet tooth. Makes me feel all cozy and warm inside when I get to peek into your world.'

So, here you are, dear Vicky, and all my other guests. E.N.J.O.Y


****Front Door West





Front Door North******








And this little guy greets you at the front door. The birds claimed it as bird bath; note, it is next to the feeders. We had some fantastic rain storms this spring, so I moved the feeders under the eaves to keep them dry.







****Front Door South (note, it's garbage morning)








Back Door East *****





Make sure to visit Vicky and find out who else is participating.

Happy Monday everyone.

Comments

Whippersnapper said…
Beautiful home, Pamela!
Robin said…
Your views are such wonderful havens...small wonder you ever have time to blog! :)
BarnGoddess said…
Pamela, you have a beautiful home! I love your street...it looks like a nice neighborhood to live in.
Karmyn R said…
looks familiar. The trees are still in bloom? amazing.
Vicki said…
Beautiful!!

Okay so what is the viny thing growing in the first picture?

Your backdoor view warms my heart.
Dawn said…
Wow beautiful pictures. I love the tress and you have such a beautiful home!
ChrisB said…
What beautiful trees you have in your road. It must be very restful sitting and looking out on such a nice back garden
Susie said…
Loved the little peek into your neighborhood and around your home!
Beautiful!!
BTW, how was the fishing??
:)
Stephanie said…
OH! LOVE the foliage!!

I wish we had more birds!

We have a dove couple, and the ugly lugustrums in the front seem to be a daytime meeting/gossip spot for Texas mockingbirds (think bird water cooler).

The truth is that I need more trees. *SIGH*
Julie said…
Love the pink blooming trees and your back patio/porch. I bet you hang out there a lot.

Found you via Fun Monday!
Tiggerlane said…
I love your fountain! And it was trash day, here, too - so I tried my best to not get them in my photo. Those trees are absolutely gorgeous.
Gaynor Ridley said…
Lovely photo's. You do yourself proud Pamela. Great post, as always. I sometimes think you should be living in New South Wales, Australia. Just reminds me of that beautiful place!
willowtree said…
Yep, I could go a cup of Coffee at the table out the back.

Gaynor's right there is a NSW coastal feel to the place.
kailani said…
Looks like a very beautiful and peaceful neighborhood :-)
Devon said…
What a beautiful neighborhood! I love all the trees in bloom! Just like a post card.
Kila said…
Very nice, Pamela! And I really like the black fence. I've always wanted a fence...
Tracey said…
Oh, will you look at all those wonderful, flowering trees? Where abouts are you over on that side of the hill? I rarely get east of the mountains; went to Spokane last year and adopted a mustang, drove through Ellensburg and Walla Walla last month. But that was about it.

Purple? No, never wondered. Have you given it some thought? LOL!
wolfbaby said…
I love comming to visit your blog because of all the spring colors in your pics... beatiful!!
Healthy Nadine said…
Really enjoy those great pictures of your house...
Little Miss Moi said…
Dear pamela. Those flowering trees are just beautiful. And the flowering garbage bins.
mjd said…
Oh, no, I have missed two Fun Mondays in a row. Your spring view is lovely.
Jeanette said…
Hi Pamela. your Street looks lovely with the trees in blossom and love all your photo's
Heather said…
Beautiful views!!
Susie Q said…
Your view is just lovely. Love the flowering trees...such a pretty street.
Really a special place!
I love sharing this way...I need to do something like this!

Have a wonderful Tuesday!

Hugs,
Sue
melissa said…
Oh lovely...want to come plan out, shop for, and create my garden? Hmm? I know you want to! ;)
Biker Betty said…
I agree with so many others, you live in a beautiful neighborhood. Now I need to move, lol. I look out my door and just see all the apartments and police everyday (okay not the police everyday, every three days, lol). My side of the street we all own our homes, the other side is apartments. Never a boring day around here.
angel said…
i just love your photos pamela! its like strolling around your neighbourhood with you!

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