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Thursday, July 1, 2010

Our Daylilies---Part II


Wow---welcome to JULY... Time is flying by these days it seems!!! Our yard has been gorgeous with color these past few months. So far this year, we have had 16 different varieties of Daylilies ---each with many, many blooms. They have been so pretty!!!!! I hate it when they are all gone! We do have a few reblooming Daylilies ---so maybe I'll see some more in the Fall.


Today I'll share with you six more of our Daylilies. If you want to see any of the others I have published, go to my sidebar, scroll down to LABELS and click on DAYLILIES 2010. Above is one that you will want to eat... Its name is STRAWBERRY CANDY.... Want a bite????? Below are more!





CAROLYN CRISWELL




HUSH LITTLE BABY




DARING DECEPTION




EYE-YI-YI




ROSIE MEYER


As I mentioned above, we have been lucky with our flowers this year so far... Most everything has bloomed and been very pretty --despite the fact that we have had horribly hot temperatures and dry conditions in June. I hope you enjoyed seeing more of our Daylilies today.

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Since many of you have asked about my doctor's appointment, I'd better give a short update.. (Then I'll quit talking about it --at least for a day or two!!!! ha).. Knee Replacement surgery won't have to happen --at least for quite sometime. Beginning in two weeks, I will have a Synvisc injection in the knee --which should help. I will have this injection every six months as needed. In the meantime, I am trying two new types of medications (one for Arthritis and one for pain)... Let's just hope that neither of these cause me to have stomach problems --like the last medications did. I like my doctor and think that she is on the right track when it comes to me and my crazy knee!

Have a wonderful Thursday! Thanks so much for your kind words and prayers for me these past couple of months as I manage to get back to 'normal' --whatever that is!!!

Hugs,