was over. They "really" seem to like it here and are blooming
prolifically. Especially this one, which I planted over the grave of my beloved
MinPin, Brandi Twinkle Toes, who passed away in September.
My husband teases me by saying they must really like
He is so mean.
Ferned grot ---
The veriest school
Of peace; and yet the fool
Contends that God is not ---
Not God! in gardens! when the eve is cool?
Nay, but I have a sign;
'Tis very sure God walks in mine.
Thomas Edward Brown
but loved and used everyday, just as it has been the past 12 years.Above is the tomato bush. My husband tells me they need to be
"beaten" to produce tomatos. He decided it needed transplanting
the first of the summer after I had it growing fine for a month.
Durn near killed it then.
Then the hornworms ate it down to nothing... twice.
It has really taken off the past couple of weeks.
We got down to 34 last night... and it looks bright and perky this
morning with lots of blooms and several tomatos.
Perhaps a heavy freeze will hold off until we get to eat a few.
My beautiful little Saffron Finches... warm and toasty under their
My Princess of Wales grasskeet. Quite photogenic! My nasty lettuce from a previous post... looking oh so awesome!
And Brusty Roosty sneaking into the shot.
To bad the "bunny" doesn't like the lettuce either!