Sunday, April 21, 2019

I Couldn't Resist

Well, plants anyway

The porch is full. I have to stop.
I want to be able to reach them to water 
without donning a portable tank.
I also moved one of the weather vanes over 
to a new location. Hopefully it will
stop falling over in this new spot, as I 
sunk it into the ground.

Hope everyone had a Happy Easter
Very sad day for others around the world.
Let's not forget them.


Linda @ A La Carte said...

Your garden is looking so good. I wish I had a covered area outside to enjoy. John has been planting here so we are having some lovely herbs to cook with and tomatoes are now going. Just hope we can keep them up after he finds a new place. Grands and kids over for Easter dinner and it was a great time. Exhausting but fun. I'm finally on the mend! Not sure what caused me to be ill for so long, but thankful for the healing. Wishing you a good week. Mine is a busy one with a visit to the knee Dr and a haircut for my Mom. Getting a new car seat for Scout and laundry that has piled up while I was so sick. Whew!

Blondie's Journal said...

Your garden is as charming as your house! I envy your year round weather to be able to have all the plants and flowers you like. I'm really hoping I make good decisions on my plantings this year as I can't be in two places at once and I usually end up losing potted plants.

Love the image of you wearing a water tank!! :)

Jane x

TheCrankyCrow said...

Such a beautiful, soothing, view....reminds me a bit of a secret garden. Wish I had a porch area like that....and, yeah, I know - “If wishes were horses, beggars would ride....”. I am happy we are finally seeing a bit of green here. There is still snow here and banks and piles and along the ditch lines, but there is hope. I think I may have even spied a daffodil poking through. We managed to get into the 60’s on Easter Sunday, but rainy, colder temps and winds have now settled back in. Such is life as I know it. Hope your Easter was beautiful.... ~Robin~

Jill said...

Plants = Life Or close to it...looks inviting!