Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Curvalicious



MOTH will be the first to tell you he likes curvaceous women, he's not fond of Snake Hips, his description for long, lean, tall, skinny gals! So I'm pretty sure he'd approve of these luscious, curvaceous garden walls, I know I certainly do! And the Blue Spruce in the first image is identical to the one I look out at in our garden when I'm standing at the kitchen sink doing the dishes.

Image: Beaurline

23 comments:

  1. Oh boy! I love swirly curlycues in landscaping. At some point we will have to start landscaping this property and this is so inspiring!

    Yum!

    Smiles

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  2. hi millie! love the serenity these photos bring! thanks for your sweet comments, am really blessed to be surrounded by blogger friends like you! have a great week! verbena cottage

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  3. It's identical to the old spruce in my kitchen view, as well! I imagine Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter live there.

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  4. Wow, Millie....I've just read through your posts that I'd missed during the "winter of my disconnect" and I've got goosebumps all over. I'm so glad to know you, and to get a glimpse of life through your compassionate, wise eyes. Meredy xo.

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  5. I love curves, I have curves, hubby loves curves too, like MOTH. One of my pet peeves are straight side walks up to the front entry of a home, a curve is so much more fun and inviting. So glad you are back and had a safe trip. Missed you terribly. It is awful to have seperation anxiety with internet relationships. I am feeling pretty creepy after just saying that. I didnt mean to creep you out. Love, your stalker, I mean friend, Heidi

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  6. Hi Mills, these are lovely walls, brick can sometimes feel like quite a harsh material, but the curves seem to give such soft lines... I love the aged, mossy look too... I could dream all day about what scrumptious gardens are hiding behind them!
    :) Flick

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  7. We have a blue spruce, (huge) outside our place too. Wouldn't it be so much healthier if we all loved curves on ourselves as much as we love them on gorgeous walls such as these beauties.

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  8. What a beautiful view Millie! I like curvalicious too!

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  9. I love that garden Millie, it's beautiful lines would find me in it all day! It almost looks like it's from a story book....gorgeous

    Rachael

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  10. curvalicious...what a fabulous word!
    Katie

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  11. Loved the pot's title! and the 1st photo is sooo pretty!
    hope you're feeling happier Millie!
    have a happy day!
    Rosa

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  12. Curvalicious....very delicious, xv.

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  13. That moss on that curvy wall. That is delicious and perfect!

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  14. And I thought you were talking about me Millie! But the walls are lovely. xx

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  15. Love that moss patina that only comes with age........as do those curves! It's a good thing my husband loves curves as well!!!

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  16. I would love to have a property with this brick wall. Be still my heart!

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  17. snake hips...I love it! Those walls are fantastic...like rolling hills.

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  18. i thank God for my sweet friend millie.. your comment was adorable... and this post... fabulous... you make my day brighter... always.. xx pam

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  19. Beautiful pictures - they make me feel serene, and just a little bit curious to see what might be around the next 'bend'!

    I'm glad you are back from your week of working away; I had been missing your lovely posts.

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  20. WHAT?!! Moth doesn't do the dishes?? Men.....
    Lovely walls!
    xxj.

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  21. I love the smooth lines - very tranquil.

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  22. My, what beautiful curves! I now wish I had the walls in our garden done this way instead of straight. Millie, in the future, could you please post these things before I go ahead and make the wrong choices? Thanks a million. xoxo, Ally

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