Friday, August 21, 2009


Today I have some lovely pink plumeria blossoms. We had three of these trees in our backyard when we lived in Hawaii. These are great flowers to make flower leis from. I got quite proficient at making them when we lived there as there were many visitors who came to see us and we would make them leis from the flowers on our trees. There is also a yellow variety that is equally as pretty. We had a yellow tree also. These flowers are very fragrant.
The flowers above are just gorgeous. I am not sure of their name but they came as a potted plant.
OK, thanks to Dottydotty in the UK, the plant has been identified as
cyclamen! Thanks Dotty. And you can view dottydotty's pink blog here:

This bouquet looks reddish in the picture but is actually shocking pink in person. My brother bought them for my Mom for her dining room table. She loves to have flowers on the table.

And last up today is a pretty in pink photo of my baby niece Analecia. She is such a little cutie. She was born April 4th on her grandma, my mother's birthday.
Happy Pink Saturday, everyone and for those of you interested in more gorgeous photos of everything you can possibly imagine in pink, please visit our hostess Beverly's blog at How Sweet the Sound. The link is in my sidebar. Thanks for visiting and also for all those comments last week, thanks to you I had a smile all week as I not only beat my 30 comment personal best record, but I received 40 comments! Wow!
Beverly's home work assignment was to visit and post the link of a blog of someone else who is participating on Pink Saturday...there were just way too many to choose from last week and all were outstanding but here is one I marked to put the link in for:
All the blogs are worth visiting so have fun and go out and look at some fabulous "pink" blogs!"
And while you are in blog land, there is a giveaway on this site to celebrate this ladies 100th post so stop by and see her also!


♥Itajeff♥ @Something To Share said...

Happy PS and have a great weekend

Anonymous said...

how lucky to have lived in hawaii always wanted to go there when i was growing up that and the cotswolds well i made it to the cotsowlds anyway.

think the pot plant is called a cyclamen well in the UK anyway

Gee said...

Hi Linda,

Thanks for stopping by. The flowers are beautiful. Happy pink saturday.

themixiepixie said...

Happy pink Saturday! Like you, I am a dolly girl. Long after other girls outgrew them, I still loved mine. My daughter was not into them at all, but I bought them anyway, just because I liked them. Now she's grown up, and I have them saved in her memory bin - in pristine condition! lol.

Mary said...

Thanks for visiting me this morning Linda. Love your pink pics - flowers and sweet babies, what else brings such smiles!

Have a wonderful day.

MiniMadWoman said...

Linda, your flowers are gorgeous! I hope to visit Hawaii next year and I'm so looking forward to wearing my first lei!

Love the little pink girlie . . . she's too cute!

Happy Pink Saturday,

Gabriela said...

Happy Pink Saturday!

Beautiful flowers!

~ Gabriela ~

Dana and Daisy said...

That second flower is called cyclamen.
Your little niece is so adorable.

Love, Dana and Daisy

Marina Capano said...

Hi! What a cute baby! and She has cute name!

Happy PS and have a great weekend!!


stefanie said...

so pretty, i she is gorgeous if pink!!!!

Suzie Button said...

I love the flowers, gorgeous, but little Analicia (spelling correct?) is TOO cute, AND she was born on the same day as my grandbaby, my first, Madison, April 4th! I love her name too, it's so sweet! Happy Pink Saturday! Suzie

Riet said...

Beautiful pink flowers and the little baby is adorable.
Happy pink Saturday

I'm Julia said...

What adorable little pink cheeks.

Plumeria will grow in the ground here if well protected, but we do have an occasional freeze that takes them down.

In Barbados they grow as tall as oaks. I bet the same is true in Hawaii?

I'm off to find who mentioned me & where... you're such a tease :-)

Wishing you a wonderful weekend,
Julia @ Drawn to the Sea

Bellamere Cottage said...

Hi Linda...

I hope you go over your 40 comments record this week! :-)

MMMMMmmmmmmmmm.......plumeria! Isn't it just delish? My DH's is from Kailua, Hawaii....all of his family is still there...well, not in Kailua, but somewhere on the islands... I love the smell there, and in fact, it was the very first thing I noticed when I got off of the plane for the very first time. How lucky you were to have lived in paradise!


dana said...

Thanks, Linda, for sending me your link....I should have looked on Beverly's PSat list, shouldn't I? :) I so enjoyed your pink flowers and that darling niece!!! I also loved seeing the photos of your trip to D.Land and Am. Girl!! I think that's great that you are a doll collector. My pals and I went to Chicago a couple of years ago and ate at a rest. across the street from that Am. Girl!
Hope you have a wonderful Pink Sat!!! Dana

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Linda; Happy Pink Saturday;
wow to live in Hawaii, how wonderful, your flowers are so pretty, the first one I tried to grow it did pretty great for the first year, then it just died,, love the sent.. and the last ones are very pretty as well. your sweet little pink niece is just adorable,, what a beautiful name.. have a great day.


Claudia said...

Your niece is adorable! I love plumeria - such a beautiful flower!
Happy Pink Saturday!

Sarah said...

Happy Pink Saturday! I enjoyed all the pink flowers. Cyclamens are one of my favorite winter plants. They are so cheerful!

bikim said...

Just found your blog and thinks it is lovely. love the pictures. I'll come back for sure.
Have a lovely day,
Rosa from Portugal

Beansieleigh said...

Awww.. Your niece, Analecia, is a beautiful little baby girl!! Happy Pink Saturday! Wishing you and yours a wonderful weekend! ~tina

Mary said...

I love the pinks you selected to share with us today. Your niece is a tiny doll:-). I hope you are having a wonderful day.

Vicki said...

Hi, Linda,
I enjoyed all of your pink pretties. It must have been wonderful to live in Hawaii. The plumeria is beautiful. Your niece is a cutie in her pink. Thanks for stopping by Bunny Cottage. Have a nice weekend. Vicki

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Linda!
Oh honey the flowers are just absolutely beautiful. So love them. Thanks for sharing. Happy Pink Saturday. Thank you for all of the wonderful prayers for Amy. They are still continuing to struggle. Her blood pressures are so low. 60/25 and her oxygen levels have been low. They continue to move forward. Debbie is going to be watching her 24/7 for the rest of her life. She can never be alone. Her trach care and peg tube care are quite extensive and have required a lot of training for Debbie. My daughter Heidi and my DH are in travel as we speak. About 180 miles outside of Oklahoma City. Heidi is going to spend a week with her cousin. She and Amy have been through so much together. This will be good for both of them. I will make another post on Amy either later today or tomorrow. Please stop by and say hi. I so love it when you do. Country hugs, Sherry

Atelier de Charo said...

Very lovely flowers. Thanks for visit me. Happy Pink Saturday.

pinkkandy said...

Beautiful.............. God bless you this coming week....

Shirl said...

Hello, Happy Pink Saturday! Thank you so much for stopping by. Adorable post, love those stargazer lily's. Your niece is a real dollbaby!
Bless you, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

♥Mimi♥ said...

So sorry that I am getting to you a day late and a dollar short for Pink Saturday. Seems like the day just got away from me.

The sun was out in the afternoon and all day today, so with all the rain we've had, I went outside to play.

As always, it is a pleasure to come here to see what you are sharing and what you've been up to during the week. Thanks so much for making my weekend all ♥Pink and Pretty♥

That baby is GORGEOUS!

My Crafty Little Page said...

What a little sweetie - your niece. That bouquet is just beautiful. Have a wonderful week. xoxo Nancy

Jacqueline said...

Linda, I am so happy that you found me over at Once Upon a Fairyland. I love Chatty Cathy too! Lets be blog friends, I live in Bellingham! How fun to find you playmate!

Mary said...

The flowers are lovely, but your tiny niece is gorgeous - what a sweetie in pink.

Thanks for visiting Linda.

susan said...

Linda- I hope you will see this comment--I see we are both blessed with beautiful nieces! I am just in awe of the picture of you and your brother--it looks like a perfect postcard! Thanks for stopping by!

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The Quintessential Magpie said...

Linda, I loved hearing from you! I have been MIA for a month or so because lots and lots of things going on with our properties. I am supposed to be handling things. LOL! Yeah, right. ;-)

Then we went out of state for my MIL'S milestone birthday and had to do a ton for that, came back to participate in a close friend's birthday with their whole family coming to St. Augustine for a celebration, and we actually were so busy we "forgot" our anniversary this year. LOL! Well, Mr. Magpie's mother reminded us, so we quickly got each other something. Life is kind of nuts right now, but good.

Your little niece is PRECIOUS! I love that photo, and she is one pretty little girl. I know you must love her to pieces. Babies are always so special.

Sending you much love on Pink Saturday (on Thursday)...


Sheila :-)