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Eye Candy Friday

Sorry this post is late today. We are having internet connectivity issues at home. It’s supposed to be fixed by the end of today but if you don’t hear from me over the weekend . . . well, you’ll know why.


My garden is too sunny for Bleeding Heart, these belong to my sister-in-law, Mary. I love the color and the delicateness of the blooms.

Have a terrific weekend!

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  1. Haven’t seen Bleeding Hearts since my childhood. They had been planted on the homestead farm. Thank you.

  2. Problems must be going around. I couldn’t get on the internet at all this morning. Hope it’s fixed this afternoon!

  3. Suddenly, in the past two days I’ve seen several bleeding hearts photos! Hmm…wonder if I can get one planted in my very shady yard?
    Have a great weekend, and I’ll light a candle to the computer gods for you!

  4. Interesting! I used to have a neighbor that grew bleeding hearts in full sun but they came up later in the year so maybe they were a different variety? Hm!

    Just Gorgeous! They’re one of my favorites. Have a nice weekend Carole! XOXOXO

  5. I love bleeding heart too! They’re so strange, they look fake. Those are my favorite types of flowers!

    Have a great weekend!

  6. They’re lovely, Carole. I don’t even try to grow those here. I hope the connection issues are fixed soon.

    Happy Weekend!

  7. Beautiful photo. Thought your late posting was related to the house in town found with a cache of pipe bombs! Sheesh.

  8. Such pretty delicate little flowers! Don’t think I’ve ever seen them…certainly not in Florida!

    Have a great week-end!!!

  9. a break from the internet might not be such a bad thing, if the weather is that wonderful (grin)
    Gorgeous bleeding heart photo.

  10. Our Bleeding Hearts are blooming, too, so late this year. Ours are pink, but I’ve seen some beautiful white ones I might consider adding to the garden. Beautiful photo as always.

  11. So pretty! Just got back to an Internet connection myself so I’m catching up on your posts from the week. A wool festival with no lines is more my speed. The Starry Night Shawl is gorgeous and deserving of the blue ribbon. Hope this next week is filled with plenty of good things to be thankful for.

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