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July Joy

July is just the best month of the year. So much joy to experience after all the rain. I am thankful that I did not experience any flooding. The lake I live on has a spillway, and although the water … Continue reading

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Here We Grow Again.

Finally, it is spring.  The growing has started and it is so exciting to see all the new growth.  The early flowering has been just superb.  I heard that due to our cooler month of March, the flowering trees held … Continue reading

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Shadows

So did he see his shadow today?  I guess not.  So that means an early spring.  I want to believe that.  I read somewhere that poor Punxsutawney Phil is most often wrong with his predictions.  I so want him to … Continue reading

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Dearest Bowie

It is with great sadness that I must write that Bowie did pass away.  It was two summers ago.     I was so sad and still feel sad.  I just could not bring myself to write about this let alone look … Continue reading

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Reaching Higher Ground

I was able to tell others that I placed every bit of hardscape and all of the plants into the garden by myself.  With the exception, of course, of the deck and pergola!   I had planned for years to build … Continue reading

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Feverish Gardening

I don’t recall it being this hot, so hot I am not comfortable in the garden.  I love the sun and the heat, but this is a bit feverish.  The blooms are of course better in the morning hours.   I … Continue reading

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Constant Renewal

What a concept, constant renewal, who wouldn’t want that?   It is part of the reason that I enjoy the daylilies.  Every day is a renewal of the garden, with a different look. The one above is Cloaking Device.  If it … Continue reading

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