Monday, May 17, 2010

The Spring Concert and Haydn's Creation

In addition to spending lots of time in our yard lately, we've also been rehearsing with our choir for the upcoming concert this weekend. The link above will let you hear a snippet from the concert, two selections from Haydn's Creation which we sang yesterday in church. Enjoy!

Spring has come to our yard, and we're enjoying God's handiwork right outside our door.



We've had flowers inside too, thanks to a lovely bouquet from Udo and Sabine and a pretty Mother's Day bouquet from our son Carl.

And a surprise blossom on our hibiscus!

Have a joyous week!

12 comments:

Jules said...

Very pretty flowers!

Dee said...

Beautiful flowers. What is the pink flower with the white mid and yellow center? It is unique!

Lapplisor said...

Verry nice flowers, Judy !
♥☼♥Barbara♥☼♥

Kathy said...

Judy, Lovely flowers. Spring brings forth so much of God's beautiful creation. Enjoy it so much after a dull and dreary winter.

Lynn said...

Beautiful flowers, beautiful music!

Prairie Thistle said...

Beautiful flowers.

BeadBag said...

what beautiful photos - and flowers!
Shirley

Wendy said...

I am so sorry that I haven't commented in so long. Your Spring flowers are GORGEOUS!!!! We had a wedding this year too. LOL Funny. Thanks so much for all your sweet comments. Life sure is going by fast these days. Hopefully it will slow down soon since Summer vacation is almost here. Are you on facebook? I keep in contact with many friends at once there. Big Hugs,
Wendy

Linda said...

The flowers are so beautiful!.I have a pink hibiscus as well that is just starting to bloom. It is a "ruffled" hibiscus. I'm glad you are getting Spring. It is warming up alot down here. Summer will be here before we know it!

deb said...

Gorgeous pics of the flowers,,thanks for sharing them!!!!!

jane said...

Your photos just continue to get more gorgeous. Jane

Linda said...

Just catching up on your news and enjoying your wonderful photos. I'm very taken with that pink and cream flower; is it an aquilegia?