Saturday, May 28, 2016

Hot Humid Green Glowing Leaves Flowers (6WS)

not to mention ticks, black flies,  mosquitoes
and birds that never STOP, already.

 I've done everything but roll in the fresh cut grass and that may be next.


 I am not even complaining



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5 comments:

  1. I wouldn't be complaining either! It all looks beautiful.

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  2. thanks, mlissabeth. some days I even just sit out there and look at it, lol. Like company. Now if I can just convince the woodchuck(s) that its to enjoy, not eat, we'll be all set.

    My husband said he saw two of them last week, which means our single woodchuck is now a family. It's been a very long time since i've seen any of them, and I really dont mind. So maybe soon there will be babies, eh.

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  3. Gorgeous!

    I've been trying to get our yard under control but we're already hitting 90 so it's in small doses.

    Karen @For What It's Worth

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  4. Thanks, Karen. I hear ya about the small doses-- at some point the body suddenly realizes what you're doing to it, and like the dog on the leash, just folds up and whines.

    It takes a bit longer every year so I have vowed, on the off days, to go for nice long walks in the woods, to keep the legs going.

    Very small doses.

    And thank you. Spring gardens are their own reward and they really dont mind nearly as much about the weeds as I do. Then again, they dont have to pull them either.

    Lol I was just thinking. We have a small woodchuck who has probably been raised by Mom on a nourishing diet of dandelions, clover, and leafy greens. Suddenly he is on his own, and oh my god look at that. Pansies, marigolds, nasturtiums...oh, and my favorite, everything else. what ARE these things? Who cares...it must be like a woodchuck's Playboy calendar out there at this point...

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