Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Wordless on Wednesday (part 2)

 



Note : I kept my first entry because of all the wonderful comments I received this morning.. Gardeners are truly the kindest people and I want to thank you all for being a wonderful part of this blog. 
This was the first time I have ever encountered a problem with Blogger.  I am loving their new programing for uploading images onto their Blog Network.  I also wanted to note that I edit my photos using their Picasa program that you can download for free at www.picasa.com  

12 comments:

Darla said...

a basket full of kittens....cute!

cherry said...

ahhhhhhh they are precious hope blogger is working for ya soon the previous post is gorgeous.
hugs, Cherry

DirtDigger (Tessa) said...

How cute! If I didn't already have a small farm I'd want one :)

The Army of Four said...

How SWEET! They're beautiful!

Mrs. E said...

I'm a dog person, but that basket full of kittens is adorable!!

Janet said...

What's cuter than a kitten? A basket full of kittens!!

The author said...

Oh, what adorable kittens! I just love them at that stage.

L. D. Burgus said...

I am still trying to get picasa to work for me, but I just started three days ago. I have an album started but can't get to the special editing. I don't know if having a mac is a problem with them but downloading yesterday sounds like was a mistake. I may try again tomorrow. Kittens are special, and they grow up to be such special animals, unique behavior only to their species.

Teresa said...

So cute! makes you forget that they are little balls of mischief.

Grace Peterson said...

Cats rule! I will be interested to see Blogger's new look.

Amy said...

I do have trouble uploading pics on blogger. I would like to make them larger on my blog as described by a post on www.betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com but I'm a little scared because there could be a possibility that you can loose all of your images on your blog.

AJEYA RAO said...

Gardners are the nicest people...I agree, may be because we care for our plants and wish to spread them accross.