|I picked up Friday, this is after a Sonic trip at the park|
Whit loves their BLT with mayonnaise, cracks me up, Stella
Well today was just beautiful wasn't it? I spent 5 hours in the yard today finishing up in the vegetable garden. It is always a labor of love but for the first time EVER, I had the soil and compost I needed, covers for the beds and plenty of seeds and for some crazy reason, a lot of patience. I am usually in such a hurry because I have such a list to conquer that I get all mad at all the work. But I started a week ago, then worked again on Saturday and finished up today. In other words, pacing yourself goes a long way. I've added some extra photos of Chloe and cousins Whit and Stella for extra fun. I hope for being able to get on top of the pests and plant eating bugs earlier this year because I have big plans for fruit this year. Bigger than ever before and I cannot really say why. I've got my Seven Dust stocked and my Roundup. Just sayin.
I'm looking forward to spending time with Ben and Mary Margaret this weekend (they're facing a rough surgery in a little while), catching up with the Spidell's in Colorado (she is facing chemo and reconstruction) and Stephanie from home (AJ's rejecting her kidney). Yes, heavy stuff but these friends are really on my mind and on my prayer list. (I wish I could figure out Blogger when I add photos...)
|Look at the telephone pole, there's one of the|
girls roosting in the dirt taking a dust bath,
thankfully there and not in one of my beds...
|I planted this bed with three rows of potatoes and two rows|
of squash.....Come on sun, rain and patience....
|Looky there....that asparagus really wanted|
|This is a bed I planted 5 hills of cucumbers so Joy and I|
can do some pickling this summer. I am forever grateful
that she shared some extra jars of our last summers effort!
I have only one pint left, they were so darn great!
|More park fun....|
|We had 13 kids during Children's Church Sunday with|
the wonderful Rev. Anne Hagler from Memphis