Monday, July 19, 2010

Flower Power

No, this is not about the hippies' 70s peace movement. This is about LS goofing off from work...for this.

Floria show

Unfortunately she chose the wrong day to goof off hahaha. The whole place was swarmed with preschool kids. A few hurried snapshots and that ended her time there. Something about camera flashes, chattering and clowns made it hard to connect with nature hehehe.

The whole place was covered with different kinds of flowers and plants. Although the theme was heliconias, the highlight seemed to be on orchids.

Orchids on display

Orchids in competition

Orchids on sale

In case you're wondering what was I doing at that time...

LS could've been nice enough to take me along,

couldn't she?

How was your weekend?


Denise said...

Such beautiful flowers. Sending much love to you LS, and of course happy too.

parlance said...

What a glorious show. It must be summer, too, so how hot was it at the show?

Also, thanks a million for the comment about Happy's safe recovery from a torn ligament. Were you blogging at the time? If you were, I'll go back and read about it.

If not, how long did you have to crate Happy? And what was your recovery routine? Sorry about all the questions, but I'm very excited to read about a successful outcome. My spirits are rising.

Peggy said...

Blessings LS & Happy,

What a glorious display of flowers & beauty!!! You too Happy! You really need to be content staying home once & awhile. Hope LS was able to enjoy the ORCHIDS without too many little feet blocking the view. Beautiful photos!

I had been home in MN and now back in MX and finally got hooked up to internet again but it's not that great! Very hot here. Only brought 4 of my 6 back to MX. Lucky & Chispa stayed behind in MN with Tano (not part of their family).
It was some trip with 6 of them in a van & van trouble going but none coming back the 2,700 miles. Glad to be inside in AC enjoying blogs & catching up.

Don't worry Happy, you'll get other chances to go out with LS! Love you both!!!

paws & hugs..licks & love,
Peggy, Bravo, Chimi, Chiqui, Toby

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

What pawesome pikhs!

Mom tells me the kholour are beaWOOtiful!

I'm thinking woo were probably safer and khooler at home!


Kess And Her Mama said...

Humans are always doing stuff like that - gallavanting away whilst leaving us at home. Were you sulking, Happy?

Thor said...

What a beautiful flowers and beautiful YOU, Happy!

Lorenza said...

All those flowers are beautiful!
Sure it was pawesome to be there!
I hope you can go sometime soon, Happy!
Kisses and hugs

Lacy said...

w00fs, those flowers is bute ti fulll..and u prolly had the best idea, staying home and snoozin..

b safe,

Serendipity said...

Hi Parlance,

Have not started blogging at that time. She was on anti-inflammatory med for 4 weeks. Think I kept her confined to an enclosed area for 8 weeks or so. Keeping her in her crate at night wasn't a problem as she's used to sleeping in her crate.

Think it's easier if I reply at your blog :-)

magiceye said...

hey happy! am sure happy to see you indulge in my favorite pastime! laing around!

woof woof
from bozo
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Simba and Jazzi said...

Beautiful flowers!

Simba and Jazzi x

Au and Target said...

She didn't take you??? How cruel! Demand a walk to make up for it.

Kari in WeHo said...

sorry her day off got ruined!

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jabblog said...

Happy, I think you might not have enjoyed all the crowds and the noise. So much nicer to wait quietly at home for LS to come back and make a fuss of you.
I'm so pleased to hear you have your tail - every dog needs one!

Jan Mader said...

The flowers are beautiful and so are you!

Ruby and Penny said...

What gorgeous flowers.
Love Ruby & Penny

Maggie and Mitch said...

What beautiful flowers! Good for LS for goofing off but we're sorry that she didn't take you with her, Happy!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Mr. Pip said...

Hi - I just popped over from Lola's blog! We look like siblings!

I hope we can be friends! Pop over to my blog when you have a chance!

Your pal, Pip

Jesson And Rey Ann said...

magnificent photo's, i love the way you shot that green house of flower!

Mack said...

What gorgeous flowers!!
And me & mom want to thank you so much for stopping by my bloggy and helping Shelby!


Gus, Louie and Callie said...

What beautiful flowers Mom...

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

Bobby said...

Those flower are beautiful, they must smell like me after my bath.

Jesson And Rey Ann said...

it's quite full of life... i love this place, your place!

CoCo said...

That was some serious flower! I cannot believe you didn't get to go sniff it all. But then again, could you imagin all the sneezing and allergies? EEeek!


Jesson And Rey Ann said...

nature is such a beautiful thing ever!

parlance said...

Hi, Serendipity
thanks for coming over to enquire about Penny. As i said over there, she's going to need a proper check-up at the vet, but our own vet is overseas so we'd rather rest her and wait, as in general she doesn't seem to be in pain. But how can we tell???

I hope it's worth the wait. As I said before, it's really encouraging to know Happy had a good outcome.

Rambo said...

I agree you should have been allowed to go to the flower show. Some dawg needed to pee all over those flowers, right??

Mango the Maltese kiddo said...

Fabulous flower show!
I wish all of us were there, we have taste too, don't we all?

JB's Big and Small Worlds said...

Those flowers are gorgeous! Too bad you could not go along too!

More Than Conquerors said...

The flowers are beautiful. I love the orchids. They are the national flower of my country :) Thank you for your visit and prayers. Thank God I am much better. I missed you and other blogging friends. It's nice to be back. Hugs.

Au and Target said...

BTW, we gave you an award yesterday but couldn't get the connection up fast enough to tell you.

callahan said...

The life without the flower is like darkness.Those flowers are really an awesome one,mine favourite flowers are red rose.

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Moco said...

Lovely flowers and much lovelier pup.

Two Schnauzers from New England said...

Hi, Happy -

The flowers are really pretty. Hope you and LS are having a good weekend.

Love -

Hershey and Kaci