Saturday, June 13, 2015

Bodnant Garden

Since my wonderful, supportive husband passed away over 12 months ago I haven't felt very creative, but I'm trying to get back into it again.
A couple of days ago I went to Bodnant Garden, a well known  local National Trust Garden and took a few photos. I'm not even sure if I remember how to blog it's been such a long time.

 
 
 
 









24 comments:

Dolores said...

My deepest condolences to you. I'm sure you have many wonderful memories to sustain you.
I'm glad you have found your blog. I have missed you and your creativity.

Heather said...

So sorry to hear of your loss - it must be so hard to readjust after a long and happy marriage. Your photos of those wonderful Bodnant flowers are beautiful and I look forward to some more blog posts from you.

Dotti said...

I was wondering where you have been...but I see you have been on a difficult path. I can't even imagine how or where I would be if I had to undertake such a journey and loss as you have. Welcome back...flowers are good for everything...even blogging about.

Dotti.....from across the pond

mycamerandme365 said...

Welcome back to Blogland Mags, it's good to see you here again!

jordiw said...

Welcome back!! You were missed and those water lilies are great

Gina said...

Dear Margaret, so sorry to hear the news about your husband but lovely to see you on the blog. So many bloggers seem to have moved on to other things I just assumed you had done the same, especially as you were always so good with technology. Take care, Gina x

Fran├žoise said...

Nice to see you back Mags. Beautiful flower pictures. I hope you'll have a peaceful and creative summer.

Maggi said...

I am sorry to hear about your husband, I had no idea. The flower photos are beautiful. Be patient, it took me a long time before I could start anything creative after I lost my husband.

Penny said...

So sad to hear about your husband but lovely to have you back blogging.

ju-north said...

Great to see you here again Mags. It must feel strange doing stuff without hubby behind you but I guess in a way he is, cheering you on. Keep going - would love to see some of your new creative work. X

Nola said...

Margaret, I'm so sorry. I didn't know, though I noticed you weren't blogging. It must have been hard for you - glad to see you back blogging again!

Angie H said...

oooh keep it up Margaret x

tinyshinythings said...

Thanks for sharing your visit Mags. More power to your blogging elbow. X

dorothypandorasbox said...

Well done M. Lovely pics you have there. I 'specially like that dark iris. Wonder what it's called.

Julie said...

Welcome back to blogging Margaret. I'm so sorry to hear that you lost your husband. It is good to see you here again. I am very lax at blogging but do try to post when I can. I tend to use Facebook a fair bit but am trying to discipline myself, it's a great time waster :-) I hope you are keeping well yourself. x

Ali Honey said...

Dear Margaret, I have missed you here, but now understand why you have been missing. I am so sorry to hear your dear husband has died. It must be a huge change in your life. Please accept my Sympathy. I hope you are able to get back to blogging as I enjoyed seeing your photos and reading what is happening in the creative world over there. Hugs from Ali in NZ.

carlseapatch said...

Nice to see you back Margaret

Marj said...

Lovely to have you back blogging again, Margaret. I for one missed your posts and look forward to seeing where your interests lead you now you are feeling more creative.
Kind Regards
Marj Australia

Helen Suzanne said...

Beautiful flowers. I hope you've come back inspired x

Pat said...

Lovely water lilies.

Jocelyn Disharoon said...

Hi there! I don't know if you remember me or not, but we used to comment back and forth on each other's blogs, and once you sent me a lovely piece of art. My blog was mrsatroxi. I am so sorry to read of the loss of your husband.

I think of you often, and I hope you are well.

-Jocelyn

Sue in the Wood said...

I am sorry for your loss. I simply cannot imagine. However, your photos are beautiful.

Linda said...

Beautiful! :)

GoneSouth said...

I have enjoyed your blog in the past. So very sorry to hear about your husband, and that your lovely photographs petered out....
Do hope that you are finding creative things to do that give you comfort.