Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Tree Hugging Hippy Part I
One thing our old home didn't have much of was trees! It seemed the family who lived there before us thought it would be a grand idea to hack down all the trees and instead let the evil invader vine Kudzu swallow the house instead. We planted a few trees five years ago, and although they are much bigger now - they still have years to go before they canopy the old house. Providing shade and cool breezes in the heat of the summer.

This new place however, has GOTS 'ze TREES!! Lot's of 'em. From Cypresses, tall Georgia Pines, Magnolias and the famous, romantic and character of the Live Oak Tree that Savannah is famous for. Like this one!!

Nestled right in our front yard and hosting lots of birds and squirrel families. Azaleas skirting the bottom and Spanish moss draping like tinsel on a festive Christmas tree in the midst of a hot southern summer afternoon.

A perfect place for me to put a comfy bench swing for my Phat Ass on a hot, sultry summer day. A tall glass of Country Time Lemonade and barefoot. Yup, barefoot. As soon as I find said swing the scene in front of our new house will soon look like this!

Stumble It! .......posted by Margaret @ 10:43 AM  
  • At 11:21 AM, Blogger Flyinfox_SATX said…

    How is it with the Allergies. When I moved the family here to SATX, we had lots of Oak, Pine and Cedar trees which immediately increased our allergist budget....


  • At 6:15 PM, Blogger Dr.John said…

    It looks like you have made a great move. I love that swing.

  • At 11:02 PM, Blogger Woozie said…

    I wish we had trees in our front yard. One was cut down because it was ugly and dying. Another was cut down because the roots had broken through our sewer pipe, which was randomly made of clay.

  • At 8:22 AM, Blogger Judy Thomas said…

    You will love the shade! What a nice place to sit and visit. :-)

  • At 9:07 AM, Blogger Louisiana said…

    ooooh i love that swing and you on it. my you are so cute and your booty is just puurrrrfect!

    ;p i love a place with old, tons of trees. delighted that you have so much oxygen and beauty to surround you now. definetely a better place for many reasons. your little angel will love swinging and climbing and watching the squirrels and there will be tons of birds around....

    happy belated father's day to your hubby..

    thank you for your visit and comment. loved having you over, i have missed my friends and it feels great to be around again.

    hey, have a lot less issues now and keep on working on it ;p...

    oh, and you guys can have picnics and a great bday party with a secure pinata and put a hammock and have a good siesta under that shade in the really hot days of summer...

    yeap, excited for you. xo

  • At 11:31 AM, Blogger Jill said…

    Gotta love the shade. Can't have too many trees.

  • At 5:46 AM, Blogger ela zawrat said…

    congratulations on the new/old house, the trees, the swing and - the easel!
    It sounds like a great move. An old house in Savannah. Did I tell you that I visited Savannah two years ago and absolutely loved it. The trees are very special. I'm so glad to hear from your comment that you're setting up to paint. I've been doing lots of art lately and not much blogging. No time for both. In the meantime, the summer is here and it's so great to be outside (on a swing?)

  • At 8:39 AM, Blogger Andrew said…

    I miss trees. We moved to San Antonio and our neighborhood has overgrown bushes that people CALL trees. Nothing like the huge elms and maples and oaks and pines in my old stomping grounds. My wife and I miss sitting on our swing and hearing the wind rustling in the poplar leaves.

    Thought you might like to know that I've started posting Dismaying Stories again. Drop by if you get a chance.

  • At 8:05 PM, Blogger Orhan Kahn said…

    Love the photochop :)

  • At 1:36 AM, Blogger Deepak Gopi said…

    Hi Margie
    I am back. Your skills in photoshop r really amazing.
    How is your daughter ?

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