Tuesday, April 20, 2010

22 years of Indian Paint Brushes

Every April 11th, for our wedding anniversary, my sweetie picks me my favorite wildflower.
One bloom for each year.
Hubby teased that he is working his way toward two dozen.
They don't last long in the vase, but they are SO pretty!!
Happy 22nd Anniversary sweet heart!!

Blooming Tuesday

11 comments:

Nola @ the Alamo said...

Happy anniversary to the two of you! That is a beautiful story. Tell him maybe he should buy you some seed to scatter and start growing your own!

The Pleasures of Homemaking said...

Those are just incredibly gorgeous!! How sweet of your husband to pick them for you every anniversary. Happy Anniversary!

Manuela

Darla said...

How sweet!

perennialgardener said...

This was one of my favorite wildflowers when I was growing up in Texas. :)

Dragonfly Treasure said...

So sweet!! Happy Anniversary!!
Thanks for helping to ID the blue flower plant...I'm on my way to research it now!!
*hugs*deb

Jean said...

Happy Anniversary!I don't know that I've ever seen that flower. Just beautiful! Jean

Alea said...

What a lovely tradition! Happy Anniversary!

Suzanne said...

Those are gorgeous!!! And what a lovely anniversary remembrance!

Natalie said...

LOVE IT!

Deb said...

Very, very pretty! I've been to TX once and think I do remember seeing paint brushes scattered in some fields. But in a bunch, wow, they are gorgeous!

Briana said...

What a sweet tradition.