I woke up this morning to about eight to ten inches of fresh snow in my yard.
It was breathtaking but I'm not really a cold-weather person.
As I looked out the window at the winter garden, my thoughts drifted to Valentine's Day
and how nice it would be if this romantic day fell in the summer instead of winter.
Well, since I can't make that happen,
I decided to bring back my summer garden for you to enjoy.
Yes, this is the same arch in my summer garden.
Doesn't all that green make you take a deep breath and relax?
I don't know about you but I'd rather have white flowers in my garden than white snow any day.
I suppose whoever is in charge of picking holidays,
had to scatter them around so we could celebrate something every month.
Card companies love that.
Still, maybe we could switch Valentine's Day, February 14 and Flag Day, June 14.
This private spot in my garden is perfect for a secluded summer glass of wine.
In the summer, the garden sings with romantic shapes and colors.
Even the leaves are heart shaped.
I'm dreaming of the day when we can have a romantic evening on the patio.
But until then,
we'll toast to warmer days and romantic nights.
What about you? Would you prefer Valentine's Day in February or June?