This is what I woke up to this morning. Just enough milk for my hot Nestle's Quik (breakfast).
Luckily, I had that 6" sub left--I ate half so I'd have some left for supper.
I decided to walk out and get the mail--come along with me--okay?
My view from the front door
My view from the rocking chair Karen gave me when she bought new ones
Down the steps, these are beside the front corner of the house.
Aha, Morning Glories coming up already--to twine up that trellis
Let's take a detour to walk around the house
Where they took out the stump.
I don't know if there is enough afternoon
light for Iris to grow here.
It's on the East side, so would get morning sun.
My shed and the neighbors behind me.
The neighbors with the yappy, damn Shiatsu.
They have raised garden-beds all over their lot.
They just throw down some landscaping cloth,
add the landscaping stone and throw in some soil.
Every year, they move them around.
Nice garden, on west side, full sun reflecting off that white shed.
Hey! I see Zinnia seedlings coming up.
Up toward the front of the house--west side. My Lilac Bushes and
Rose of Sharon. Rose of Sharon will bloom in late July and August
with bright pink flowers, white and bluish-purple.
All different types of Hostas around the Lilacs--this is where
I planted the left over Impatiens yesterday.
The unusual Hosta that was my Great Grandmas.
100+ years old and doing great.
My nice shady front porch
Over by Jackie's house to get the mail. Dar's house is the one on the left.
Back across the street
My side garden around the tree--May Apples, Trilliums, Violets,
Jack-in-the-Pulpit--all transferred here from my woods
out by the farm where I used to live.
Freddie's lilies coming up by the steps.
The sign my sister painted for me on a piece of slate
she found on Prince Edward Island.
My squirrel proof railing planters.
I see a few Sweet Pea seedlings coming up.
Back to my comfy porch.
I come out here each evening at 7:00 to read my daily
Bible devotional, relax and enjoy watching
It makes me sad to see her like this.