Tuesday, June 30, 2009


We have all heard that Wednesday is "hump" day of the week. Well not today! We are going to show off our reds. Join me, along with Sue from My Secret Garden and all the other participants and take a look at all the reds today.

This was displayed in a gift mall that I was at last week. I thought it would add a crowning touch to Rednesday.

This was a child's book on display at the same mall. Felt it was too cute not to include as a fun thing for Red Wednesday.

This is one of my flower beds with a red yard decoration. It is sitting in an old cracked churn that I had. Thought it was still good for something.

This is a lovely, red bloom from some ground cover in my front flower bed. It is so pretty and hardy. It comes back even in the coldest of winters.

This is my first time to participate in Rednesday. I am looking forward to seeing what other interesting red things are out there.


farmlady said...

Isn't red a happy and beautiful color? I painted my half bath a dark red;even the ceiling. I love it!
All of your red photos are wonderful. I love the "red dog" book and the garden art in the old crock.
What a lovely garden you have. Is Texas really so green and lush? My only vision of Texas is the movie GIANT and that was all dust, oil rigs and cows.

Anonymous said...

Very pretty. I love red. My kitchen is red!

Julia said...

Happy Rednesday. I like your garden ornament best!! I need something like that to liven up my landscaping. My kids like Clifford too. :)

SueLovesCherries said...

Thanks for the red crown! It's cool and foggy here in Mass. today, so a red crown will lift me up!

What pretty yard art! Is that a glass orb, or a kid's bouncy ball? Hee, hee!

SueLovesCherries said...

Oh, P.S. - if you know the name of that ground cover could you let me know? Thanks!

ClassyChassy said...

How cheerful! Red is my fav color - thanks for sharing your reds!

Neabear said...

Fun Reds! I used to buy Clifford books for my kids when they were young. Happy REDnesday!!

Patsy said...

tomblGood post---I like the crown, since I am one of The King's kids. No, Farmlady, Texas is not all green and lush---she has a nice water bill-ha.(but true)It is very hot here and often humid which makes it worse.

Splashes of Pink and Mint said...

Great you joined the Rednesday too! Pretty pictures!Clifford is sóóó cute!
Greetings from the Netherlands!