It’s another gorgeous morning and I couldn’t resist taking some photos of the yard. I wish you could smell the fragrance in the air. Between the smell of the honeysuckle, hospital combined with the magnolia, it’s heavenly.
The flowers along the stone wall are in full bloom right now. I wish they would stay that way all summer.
We have been involved in so many projects around the house, we had to put trimming the yard on hold for a while. One of the biggest trimming jobs my husband has is trimming all of the burning bushes. With all of the rain we have had, they grew together in the middle, so there was no way of walking through them to go up or down the flagstone steps that lead to the second level of our yard. Bill cut an arch as best he could for now. I told him it looks like a bell. He said he had to cut it that way, until it fills in more and then he can shape it more like an arch.
We have a lot of shade on our property, so it’s hard to find the right spot to grow a vegetable garden. This is our first attempt at growing more then 3 tomato plants. Next year we’ll enlarge it, but with everything else that needs to get done, this little garden will have to do for now. I have to say that I do enjoy tending it. It’s so fun coming out in the early morning to see how everything is growing.
So that’s it for now. Have a wonderful and safe Memorial Day weekend. Don’t forget to fly your flag, and remember out wonderful soldiers that have died for our freedoms, and the ones that are right now still fighting for them.