Spring Wine Time Under the Oaks.

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I simply could not take that dark Little Red barn picture one more ding dang minute so I am posting todays wine time enjoyed on this glorious Thursday afternoon courtesy of MissouREE Spring weather behaving at its very absolute best. Enough said.

40 thoughts on “Spring Wine Time Under the Oaks.

  1. I am so looking forward to enjoying a glass or two with you when we finally make it back to good ol’ Missouri! Hoping for the fall sometime, depending on Dan’s recovery! Loved the photos of the wine glasses…you did a bang-up job!

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  2. Gorgeous – again!

    I just came in from a couple hours of gardening. At this time of year, it’s just weeding, but next week I get to start planting flowers. Yeah!

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      1. Haha, your reply came in while I was checking out some pictures of handpainted glasses on the web. They are so lovely I wish I can just start a collection (all too fragile and most would have to be shipped across the world).

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        1. I have googled handpainted wine glasses out there on the intersweb. They are out there! I just would like some more of the ones I have. I haven’t found them! I think if you found some you love they would make it to you Tita!

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    1. No I didn’t paint them, but I wish I could because I have been looking for more of them and can’t find them. Broke a few… πŸ™‚ The Mama bought us the first six in Florida and I found another six at Dillards. If I had the talent to paint them I would do a happy dance! I agree about the light morning rain, we need some rain. Charade thank you so much for stopping by. You were thrown in my spam for some dang reason. Have you been bombarded by comments from my posts when you comment here? As a blogger blog person do you find it hard to comment here at Under the Oaks. WordPress is messing with comments AGAIN and I would like to know if you had any problems.

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  3. Wow….what a beautiful spot to enjoy a glass (or bottle!!) of wine…….can almost feel a nice soft breeze and taste the “vino” from here. Sam says he’d like to tiptoe around that grass and those trees too…….just gorgeous!

    Pam (and Sam)

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    1. Bridget! Oh My Gosh! It is funny you would comment on this post because CH and I were sitting out Under the Oaks talking about you yesterday! Seriously! Your ears must have been burning. We are talking about moving to a place to retire and the Southwest and Florida have always been the choices. We are looking at Peoria, Arizona and you came up and how you like it out there in the desert. We lived in El Paso for 4 years and loved it but we were lots younger and the heat wasn’t such a big deal. Anywho thanks for stopping by and I think CH is getting tired of cutting all the green stuff.

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  4. I had to smile at your words of being tired of the barn view πŸ™‚
     
    This is so lush and vibrantly green. Thanks for sharing. Most trees here are dressed in green at last, too. And it is sunny outside. Yay! Gotta love the sunshine.
     
    Hope you have a great day!

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  5. Luv your change-of-pace post — What a beautiful and relaxing set of photos! Thanks for sharing. Sounds like a LOT of us have been blessed with glorious weather lately. We’ve been in the 90’s here, but it’s still been glorious! =)

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