SATURDAY, MAY 27, 2017
A day that I would design.
Dogs had me up very early, 5:30 a.m. That meant I had time to sit in the quiet, sipping coffee and reading. A perfect start.
I went outside around 7:30 a.m. and finally came back inside at 5 p.m. I was dead tired. The kind of tired where your bones ache. Don made some terrific ribs. Add a little coleslaw, some chips, and an ice cold vodka tonic. I was asleep by 9:30 pm.
These plants had lost their blooms and weren’t in prime “pick me” condition, so they’d been assigned the clearance shelf. I scooped them up.
Working on some rock retaining walls. Finally finished back filling one of them and started the last one. This picture represents a lot more work than you would think! Attacking this project like a mad woman; I’m so tired of it being on my to-do list.
Georgia and I spent some time investigating the grubby like creatures in the dirt.
My Aunt Kelly gave me this oak-leaf hydrangea when she visited us in 1987, just after we’d moved in. I love that plants hold memories not just beauty.
Finally, just doodle love