Monday, August 31, 2009

Some Flowers For You...

I've always liked this flower pot in front of Watermen's Inn Restaurant in Crisfield. I featured Watermen's Inn in a earlier post on food about town. You can view their menu and see more here.



“See how nature - trees, flowers, grass - grows in silence; see the stars, the moon and the sun, how they move in silence...we need silence to be able to touch souls.”
~ Mother Teresa

16 comments:

Butler and Bagman said...

I think I'll bring my own silverware when I go to eat there.

willow said...

Love it!

~JarieLyn~ said...

I wonder who started putting the silverware in there and what the intent was. Interesting.

Patty said...

Butler and Bagman - it's a decoration, silly. Boy, you really need Bagman back. I think he took your imagination with him.

The flower pot is growing silver! Besides, you know you are not supposed to pick the flowers from someone's flower pot!

Patty said...

JarieLyn: They did.

Patty said...

ChefE: You post went into the Twilight Zone!

Patty said...

Willow: I am so happy that you got it.

Patience-please said...

I love it!

J9 said...

Very cool, mini version of yard art!

Barry said...

Amazing the stuff that grows in Crisfield! You don't happen to grow dollar plants at another restaurant do you? At least enough to cover the tip?

Patty said...

Barry: Dollars? No, you silly. Everyone knows those grown on trees.

Patty said...

Patience-please: Glad you liked it.

J9: Leave it to you to call it what it is - mini yard art. You are so the puzzle queen.

All: Anyone coming to Crisfield should check out Watermen's. Food is fantastic. The desserts are divine.

Jen said...

those look like plants that wouldn't mind my severe lack of a green thumb!

Rebecca said...

That's great! I love it. If my neighbor sees that she'll be dong it too...

Patty said...

Thanks, Rebecca. I think it is a perfect little decoration for a restaurant. Good idea for a garden party, too.

Patty said...

Jen: You and me, gal.