A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
My herb garden is supervised by St. Francis.
He is such a favorite of mine..:) Here he would have a white shawl~
I love the angle. It looks like he's going for a walk.
Looks like you have a lot of herbs left still.
There are others who keep cranberries year round also -I love it.
Isn't it nice to have someone else help while you're busy? Especially when it's this cold.
That is so neat. It looks like Rosemary in the background. I love cooking with Rosemary.
I like the shadow on his shoulder, nice angle.
You could have picked a better supervisor.Mimi
i would like his job too~
That is touching. I've been having my eye on a statue of St. Francis at our nursery.
I agree with hip chick above. He does look like he's going for a walk. Lovely.Maureen
With St. Francis overlooking your herb garden, I'm sure those are the best herbs one can get... Thank you, St. Francis!!!!Hugs,Betsy
He has a lot of pull ya know.
I think I need one of those in my garden. It needs lots of looking after.
honor the saints and the saints honor youThat's what the nuns said right before I got my knuckles whacked
Love the simplicity of that photo.Just like Food with Style I would love to have his job.Pam
Make me an instrument of your peace... What a perfect homage in your garden..
I absolutely love any type of garden art! I need to look at expanding our collection this spring! Thanks for sharing. Your photography is always so good (I am working on improving mine).
What a serene image.
my grandmother had st francis in her garden under a cherry tree. i have always wondered what happened to it. i wish it was mine. it was so lovely and worn down. i have been looking for one for myself, but can't find such a nice one like yours or my grandmother's.
Very cool. I was pretty sure he was an actual person at first!
Oh, I love this photo. I had a St. Francis in my garden years ago and one morning I looked out and he had a squirrel sitting on his head! The squirrel's tail was hanging down F's back, like one of those Davy Crockett hats we wore when I was little. Somehow, I think Francis would have liked that...
Gorgeous pic - I wish I had a St. Francis to look after my herb garden, maybe he could have stopped the red spider mites attacking my sage whilst I was on holiday :(
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