9.04.2014

First Day of School



By now my see-through fence has turned into a privacy fence... with much help of the morning glory. 






 My Morning glory has been blooming for a couple of days now, but I didn't see the flowers before,
because they are burned by the hot sun by the time I get up out of bed and go outside. 

It has now become a sort of tradition that the day I get up early for kid's first day of school, I realize the 
morning glory is blooming. And immediately after I am done taking the kid's first day of school pictures, I turn around and start taking  pictures of morning glory flowers, before the sun gets hot and scorches them.

Seeing morning glory flowers reminds me of the First Day of School.





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22 comments:

  1. That morning glory really perks up the fence, doesn't it. It's so pretty!

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  2. Now this is one pretty fence wearing all those pretty flowers.

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  3. I love morning glories. We have them at our place.

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  4. just gorgeous! a very beautiful privacy fence. :)

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  5. Yes this is a great way to show up such beautiful flowers on the fence and my fav flowers.If the bloom on other side. Your neighbors would enjoy them. I know I would.

    Please drop into my blog and have a look on this Thursday Fences with Texgal. This is one day I like to admire all and leave comments. Of course I am retired. Ha-ha.

    Enjoy your day!

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  6. beautiful images of the pretty morning glories twining around the fence.

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  7. It finally dawned on me that your blog name must mean, 'Neither Here Nor There.' Right?

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  8. Hooray then for the first day of school because these Morning Glory were worth your getting up for. Loving the bright blue color.

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  9. Your morning glory looks wonderful on that fence.

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  10. I like morning glories and they look nice in your Good Fence. Thank you for visiting my Girl in the Cornfield Good Fence.

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  11. I just adore your morning glories, and your fence too!

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  12. Oh yes, this is their time of year to glory....those morning glories. Enjoy them they are so beautiful!!

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  13. It looks like a beautiful decoration !
    Greetings

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  14. I hate to say this as a different type of morning glory is a terrible weed wrecking havoc in my garden, but yours is very beautiful.

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  15. How beautiful! I can never seem to keep this growing in my garden but it looks so lovely growing through your fence.

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  16. Verde y azul bonito contraste!!!
    Un beso.

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  17. Morning glories! Oh, one of my very favorites! I miss them...used to have an arbor filled with them.

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  18. It was years before I knew the name of the morning glory, I have only ever seen a white version of it (a weed) and think the colour is lovely, especially en masse.

    Diana

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  19. Lovely blue colour on your morning glories.

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  20. That is a beautiful color. I like morning glory. They are so simple but really grab your attention when they are open.

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  21. Such a bright, clear blue! Lovely shots!
    Thank you for taking part in Floral Friday Fotos.

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