This was me when I got up this morning. I was supposed go up to The Farm and then out to lunch with my sister, BIL and friends of ours. I hardly knew what day it was, let alone go through all that, so I called and canceled my visit. Not only was I foggy, but my head felt like it was 2 feet square and about 6 inches above my neck--just floating there in the air--like a balloon on a string.
I kind of stumbled through the morning.
I have squirrel deterrent that I mix in with my bird seed. As I mentioned yesterday, apparently my South of the Border rodents like that hot sauce, so---------------
...instead of fighting them, I put out a dish with corn and peanuts. They do stay away from the bird feeders now, but.........................
...now I have birds eating the squirrel goodies. I give up! I am just going to keep the feeders filled and let whomever is hungry eat at whichever feeder they like.
I fell asleep watching my Soap! Woke up at 3:00 and decided to run around and buy my annuals. The weather man has promised we are all done with freezing night-time temperatures. I went up to Lowe's first and their annuals looked terrible!
Then I drove next door to Wal-Mart and got a flat of Impatiens.
Then I drove across the road to Meijer's to get some Tiny Tunias. I needed 10 and all they had were plants in large pots at $4.99 a pot! I think not!
Then I came home and stopped at Bordine's garden center. The minute I walked in the door, I felt better. I love that place, but....they are more expensive--their plants are bigger, but...................I got my Tiny Tunia's, and my large Geraniums.
Do you think you see a color scheme here? I always plant all my container gardens in the same color scheme. I have so many other colors in the perennial garden around my porch that I like to keep the containers the same. I think I might have OCD.
The scent coming in through my open kitchen window is magnificent!