I am a huge Doris Day fan, too. I watched The Glass Bottom Boat not too long ago! :D And I *so* agree....if Dorris Day were a flower, she would definitely be a daisy! Thanks so much for hosting this linky party. This is my first time linking-up! I am your newest follower.~Ricki Jill
Hi Liz, Thanks for hosting Fresh-Cut Friday. I love cutting flowers and making something with them. Your Daisies are so pretty! You cant beat a daisy for freshness and I adore Doris Day..those were the good old days for sure...
Liz, I love your Daisy's and your vignette is wonderful. The coffee pots are fabulous and the books are such a great addition. I love Doris Day also. Her movies are all the best. Hope you have a super weekend. Hugs, Marty
Daisies and Doris Day have long been favorites in my mind. ;-) Great, cheerful post. Thanks for hosting. ~ Sarah
I love your daisies! I too love Doris Day and I agree she would be a Daisy if she were a flower! I spent many an evening watching her movies as a child back when you had to wait a long time to see one! I'm linking up with pictures of previous cut flowers,but it was the best I could do! I found you from Marty's- A Stroll Through Life blog!
LOL I posted my first comment through my other blog! This is my gardening blog I meant to post from ! So ditto on the previous message!
Hi Liz, What a fun new party! Thanks for being our hostess:-)) Love your sunshine yellow daises! Hugs,Bella
Just found your blog through Marty- I am your latest follower- and have takenyour button as well.Lovely flowers!!have agreat weekend!
Love your daisies in your enamel coffee pots! Thanks for hosting!
I loved that book! Your daisies are pretty, I want to plant big white ones in the yard:@)
I Love Doris Day! And I agree whith you she is a Daisy. Musoc whith her is on my blog http://zinnias.blogspotLovely bouqet whith counry charm. Hav a nice weekend! Zinnia
I'm dropping over from My Romantic Home to say I love your daisies in the the old enamel ware containers! Very pretty. I hope you have a blessed day.
Hi Liz, thanks for following me. I'm following you now too. :-) Pamela
Hi Liz, Me and flowers are here. :))Hug.
Thanks so much for the invite to this beautiful party.Blessings,Linda
Liz, I'm delighted that you found me so I could find you back! I love daisies--they are the most romantic flower for this country girl at heart.Now I'm off to browse your archives, flowers, crafts and all...
Thanks for hosting!!! :-) I wish I had my own garden to show off...for now I'll just stick with my Mother's beautiful garden!
I love love love Doris Day!Thank you for hosting this nice party.Your blog is lovely and I am a new follower now.Have a nice day!
Hi, Liz! Thanks so much for stopping by! Love your beautiful blog! And yes, you are very lucky to have your grandmother's rings! I love daisies and had tinted lavender and pink daisies in my wedding in 1974! Please Don't Eat the Daisies is a cute movie, too!Big TX Hugs,StephanieAngelic Accents
Your daisies are absolutely charming. And you are so right, they are definitely a Doris Day flower!Thank you so much for telling me about you lovely party. I have linked up for the first time.Thank you so much for hosting this fun party.
Forgot to mention...I'm a new follower.
Thanks for inviting me to the party! My favorite flowers are Gerbera Daisies - so beautiful, even if mine were fake ;)
I grew up watching Doris Day and Rock Hudson Movies... love them! Your Daisy arrangement is so fresh and pretty. I love flowers its so nice to find a linky party celebrating them. Thanks so much for visiting and for the sweet comment. I'm following you as well.
Thanks so much for stopping by Liz. I had to come by and visit as well. What beautiful vignettes with those gorgeous clippings.I think Im inspired to grow some more elaborate flowers. lolMJLucky 7 Design
I love Doris Day also. Love to watch Send Me No Flowers with Rock Hudson. Thanks so much for hosting, this is my first time. Your daisies are very pretty!
Hi Liz, thanks so much for your visit to my blog! I've linked up to your fun party, thanks for the invite:)xo,Abby
ooh I love the idea of "Fresh Cut Friday!" how nice!
Liz, Hello and nice to meet you!! I also signed up to follow you as I see we have some similar interests!!I love your enamel coffee pots. I have a yellow one myself. I should be posting my finished Kitchen redo later this week so please stop by later on....Blogger has just been awful hasn't it? Playlist is not working today.....Hugs,Debbie
Hi Liz,There is nothing more beautiful than fresh cut flowers in our home. Your daisies are beautiful and I can't wait until mine bloom so I can cut some. Thanks so much for visiting my blog. I'm now following you also!Marianne :)
Hello Liz! Thanks for visiting my blog, you have a beautiful blog and your flowers too. I really appreciate the opportunity to linking-up in your great blog! I just became your follower! = )
Oh...what a fun link up! I added my walk around my yard, I hope you enjoy it :) Can't wait to come back next month and see more of these beautiful flowers.PS: Doris Day has always been one of my favorites...I always sing "Ya ya rollie pollie" to my little girl...can't remember the name of the movie it came from, but it has always stuck with me...she was such a gem!
Love the old Doris Day and Rock Hudson movies. Those were the days eh? Your flowers are so pretty!
I love Doris Day :-) The flowers look lovely. I am hosting a photobook giveaway on my blog. Would love for you to stop by. Have a great week. Anu
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