Sunday, July 02, 2006

Kubota Gardens

Spent some wonderful time today at Seattle's Kubota Gardens - in the middle of Beacon Hill - a beautiful landscape of Japanese Gardens. There were gorgeous Japanese Maples, rhodies, hydrangea and all sorts of different garden areas. The bridge pictured above opened up to a little cove where birds of all kinds were flying in and out. It was serene, peaceful and very beautiful. I am glad I got to experience this garden and highly recommend it to anyone!

I went with some great friends of mine that I truly appreciate. Sometimes, I feel sorry for myself that I have to do stuff alone, as I have no life partner to "walk this road" with me. I usually get over it pretty quick and it helps to have awesome friends like these.

I said a prayer of thanks for my friends who are willing to walk this road with me - I am grateful for them all.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

OK -so we missed out on the Garden- glad life goes on without us..MW

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