Wednesday, July 18, 2007

WW: True R & R

Happy 20th anniversary to me (and my hubby too Ü) We were able to get away for 3 days to celebrate. I can't remember the last time we went away for a vacation that was just the two of us! We had such a good time discovering a new part of Spain we've never been to (Asturias) and enjoying each other's company. I am normally extremely photogenically challenged but was amazed at how many good shots Tim got. I guess being truly rested and relaxed enhances the countenance!
I have a question for you readers ... Does anyone know the name of these flowers? They were on bushes everywhere in a variety of colors and were so gorgeous.











6 comments:

Rebecca said...

Happy Anniversary! Those are some great pictures and it looks like the two of you had a great time. I think the flowers in the first photo look like hydrangeas. I'm no expert so you may want to google that and see what comes up to be sure.

Nicole said...

Hey there! How are you doing?
It looks like you both had a great trip to Asturias - I love the pics!
Sarah and I really had such a great time getting to know you in Spain. I have been enjoying life at home, and soon I head back to MS for school again!
Take care,
Nicole

A Weaver's Touch said...

I vote for hydrangeas - really big, really healthy, well-grown, beautiful hydrangeas. The number three wedding flower in the US last year next to roses and daisies, so I've been told! Looks like an amazing region, a wonderful trip, and a GREAT time!

Nuri said...

Hydrangeas. My mom has lots of those.

Mom said...

Yes, those are definitely hydrangeas. I LOVE them - they change color depending on the type of soil they are grown in. I have on but it does poorly in our soil. The boys gave it to me years ago. They also are dried really easily - Just cut and wait. Looks like you had a wonderful time. So glad for you both. Our love to everyone. Mom

palmtreefanatic said...

what lovely photos!
As far as my Jello pie goes, yes it is a homade pie crust not graham crust, you can buy already baked ones, I opted for the harder;)