Monday, June 4, 2007

Hello from Honeysuckle Lane

Welcome to another post at Birds of a Feather. I'm Lana of Honeysuckle Lane. For those of you who visit my
site, read my blog, or subscribe to my mailing list ~ you know I am a lover of nature. As early as I can remember in my childhood, the outdoors has been a part of my life ~ from playing in caves and under bluffs in the woods behind my parents' home to camping and fishing to walking in the woods looking for wildflowers with my Mom.
So there's just no way getting to know me and not getting to see a glimpse of nature or hearing the latest news about my chickens.

Quite often I enjoy walking in the woods that surround my home, looking for jack in the pulpit (pictured below), or maybe a lady's slipper, or Solomon's seal...

and I love to happen upon a bed of sunlit ferns gently waving in the morning breeze...
and when I wander back to my home, look who is waiting for me on the back porch ~ Sam. He's adorable but very lazy these days. He'd prefer to lie in the sun and wait for me to return and scratch his belly.
I' d planned on taking you on a tour of my community as Sarah did in the previous post, but with everything going on it completely slipped my mind and I'm actually posting a day late. When my turn comes around again, I'll try to be on time and have more photos of where I live.

Be sure to visit our online market, you'll be amazed at all the wonderful talent that is represented there. You will also soon realize that it's not just a business for all of these ladies ~ they really love what they do and it shows in their handwork.

Take Care & God Bless,




Suzanne said...

Hi Lana~ Thanks for taking us on a tour of nature outside your home! I always love seeing your photos!
They are beautiful.

Hallowed Hill Primitives said...

You take the best pics Lana! Give Sam a scratch behind the ear for me.


Lorraine said...

Looking good, Lana!! You always have such interesting posts!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lana! I so much enjoyed visiting! Your pics are always great.

Anonymous said...

Loved your pics and your post is very interesting. Never heard of those plants you were looking for. Hope you will find them and share some day.
Have a VERY Blessed Year! Rilda :-)