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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Lilacs in May

Yesterday I was on a mission to find some Lilacs for my table {without paying for them, of course} I took you along with me on the scenic route as we meandered the afternoon away on the back roads of our county. 

Today I just wanted to show you a few photos of them on my table. I didn't have time to set the table, but the Lilacs are just so gorgeous on their own, it really doesn't matter.
When I came downstairs this morning the room was filled with their beautiful fragrance!


Thanks so much for coming by and sharing the sweet, simple joy of Lilacs in May with me!


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  1. Lilac's are my favorite and mine have lasted the longest this year. I normally get one cutting and there done, but this year I have got 3. They are just heavenly to smell. Love yours in the galvanized bucket:)

  2. Beautiful! I just wish they could last all summer. Blessings, Patti

  3. I think I need to find some lilacs and a galvanized pail too.

  4. Love the variety of colors of your lilacs. They look so charming with your lovely vintage pail!

  5. oh, just beautiful, I love all the wonderful colors!!

  6. Yeah, it doesn't matter if the table isn't set, those lilacs are just beautiful!! And the pail is really a great vessel for them! New follower ~ visiting from Simple and Sweet Fridays.

  7. I love lilacs. I haven't had any luck so far with them, I think I'll try again. Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful photos at Simple & Sweet Fridays.

    Take Care,

  8. Lilacs are such delicate and humble flowers. Yours are gorgeous! I am obsessed by the fact that they are edible as well! Happy to find tour beautiful space on the blogosphere.


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