I am on a little vacation this week as I am up in Portland visiting my daughter. Should be a wonderful time. Something that is much needed.
I am leaving you with a little visit to Shakespeare Garden in Golden Gate Park is a beautiful place and it has different sections. One of my favorites is Shakespeare Garden. It is a nice place tucked away in the park. It is sometimes hard to get in there and take pics because it is the most popular spot in the park for weddings, so it is closed off a bunch:
What a lovely place to visit. Those trees are some of my favorite, I think thy are cyprus? They alway sway so beautiful in the wind.ReplyDelete
I hope you enjoy your time visiting with your daughter!!
THank you for sharing on #omhgww this week
I love a beautiful garden and will not pass them by. What a lovely adventure to explore this garden and to visit your daughter.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.
Have a fabulous day and weekend, Patrick. ☺
I went to Stratford-upon-Avon a long long time ago. 1994. Beautiful place!!!ReplyDelete
Such a lovely garden. Have a wonderful time visiting your daughter. Thank you for joining #weekendcoffeeshare.ReplyDelete
What a lovely garden! I've visited Anne Hathaway's house in Stratford and they have blossom tree path just like the one at the top of your post.ReplyDelete
It's great to see another Shakespeare Garden on the other side of the country! It's beautiful! Enjoy your visit with your daughter!ReplyDelete
Wow, I can see why it's so popular! What a great place.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!
Oh Mr. Shakespeare, I have grown to love him and hate him! Being an English major a million years ago, in depth Shakespeare classes were required and as much as I wanted to enjoy his plays, I mostly do not! But what a cool garden. It looks like a beautiful place for a stroll. I hope you are having the best time visiting with your daughter!ReplyDelete
Totally loving this! I love the forget-me-nots...you don't see those very often, and of course the Bard! Lovely, SandiReplyDelete
Love the "count only the sunny hours" photo. Have a great week. Sylvia D.ReplyDelete