Masters in the Sky

The sky was absolutely beautiful this morning. I think God asked every artist in Heaven to help him provide an amazing start for our day. 

Can’t you just imagine Jack, up there with all of the other Masters wielding huge paintbrushes painting our gorgeous sunrise? 

God’s beauty surrounds our pleasant little studio. Here’s the view out the front door. The plants at the far end of the planter are Rock Purslane.

Here’s a closeup. I love the way the hot pink blossoms bob and dance in the gentle breeze.

Some wayward Bluebonnets even surprised me this spring by popping up right by Jack’s name on our Jack-N-Mikki medallion in the kitchen garden.

You may click on the image to enlarge it to see Jack’s favorite flowers even better.

And the Amaryllis survived Percy the Possum. The blooms are huge this year.

This one is especially pretty. I think it’s called Samba.

Pinkie, Rosie and Ruby, our Redbud Trees, are now covered in heart shaped leaves.

The Peggy Martin Rose on the arbor is full of buds, can’t wait to see it in full bloom!

Sissie and Molly are enjoying the fragrance of the Star, or Confederate, Jasmine draping over the wall behind the fountain. It’s so wonderful to open the door and have that soft aroma fill the house. Thought you’d enjoy seeing how my day started! This is the day Our Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it! HUGS,

12 Responses to “Masters in the Sky”

  1. Phyllis Snyder Says:

    Thanks for sharing the beginning of your day and your beautiful garden and kitties.

  2. bonnie austin Says:

    Not fair – i still have snow in my yard!

  3. cgbell7773@gmail.com Says:

    That glory and I know if you ever plan to come to the Phoenix Cave Creek area we would love to host you

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  4. pierceclark Says:

    Oh, Mikki, this is so beautiful to behold!!! Sitting on that porch with the jasmine looks SO inviting! How I wish I could come for a visit, sit with you, sip some tea, talk about painting, the Lord, and who knows where He would take the conversation?

    Much love to you! Donna Pierce Clark

  5. Peggy and Leon Says:

    beautiful.

  6. sotxgrannie Says:

    Beautiful photography of beautiful masterpieces! YOUR GARDEN IS GORGEOUS!!! 🙂

  7. Angelica Says:

    You have created a tranquil place of peace and beauty. Thank you for sharing these wonderful photos…a lovely journey! No doubt Jack had something to do with that sky that greeted you on this morning!

  8. Jody Says:

    Hugs Mikki – may God’s love always be with you.

  9. Jeana Says:

    Beautiful garden…love those pavers, plants and the girls😊

  10. carlene lagrou Says:

    I do enjoy seeing your beautiful gardens, thank you

  11. phyllis@santafeartcollector.com Says:

    ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! I’m trying to be not jealous over your yard! Smile. Mine is slowly coming along. Considering my did nothing last year it’s not bad. It’s just a southwest arid yard. Hugs,Phyllis

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  12. Hilda Thurman Says:

    Your posts are always a blessing to me. You are loved and appreciated! Thank You.

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