When our kids were little and we spent time (in Texas) with Paul’s sister and her family, there were a couple of family sayings created. “Auntie Lori made it.” and “Unca Paul fixed it.”
Well, Grandpa made it this time.
The herbs and flowers were crowding each other out (I swear they multiply when I’m not looking), so Grandpa made me a simple raised bed to handle all the herbs. The flowers will have to go in the ground in various places.
I’m hoping that in the next couple of weeks all my plants will be settled in wherever they are going to be for the summer season. (The basil is still inside under lights because it likes warm weather.)
I’m treating a few gently because we are still having cooler weather (down in the 30’s tonight). I’ll have to cover the tomatoes and any tender plants.
I love playing in the dirt and watching things grow.
Oh, and we have a compost heap. 🙂
The old saying isn’t a joke.
I bought a teeny, tiny little bay tree (through the mail) and though it took it a bit to get going, it’s going great guns now. I may have to name it. Ray the bay tree?
I’ve also added some Italian oregano, Greek oregano, Dittany of Crete, sage, and a few different mints to my garden.
(My sweetie is very tolerant of all the plants that follow me home. He’s even building me a raised bed for them.)
This week’s Zentangle theme is wind.
Wishes looks like dandelion fluff. I know this because we have more than our fair share of dandelions around here.
My world is full of interesting bunnies (some are more interesting than others).
There are, of course, Meemaw and Grandpa. They are very caring bunnies. They feed me and take care of me.
There is the very cute bunny next door (I found out his name is Aspen), but Meemaw says I am too young to date.
And there is Whiskey. She’s a very odd bunny, but she loves to sit next to my cage and socialize (which involves a fair amount of nose rubbing and sniffing). She is a mix of Anatolian Shepherd and Husky and there is a rumor there may be more little bunnies like her in a few weeks.
She did chase me once when I went on one of my adventures, but all in all, she is a good bunny.
There are also a number of bunnies in cages nearby. Bark is a lop-eared bunny (he belongs to M1) and Kursk is one of the older bunnies (he’s very friendly). Penny (short for Panajachel) lives farthest from my home (she is expecting in a couple of weeks, what she’s expecting, I have not heard). And then there are the teens (Slips, Cinnabon, Sweetiepie, and Luna). M1 is responsible for naming most of the new bunnies. Here’s a picture of him with the teens in their large play area.
There are plans to build a large play area where I can romp and socialize with other bunnies and Aspen is likely to get a new cage. Perhaps I can meet him then. 🙂
My sweetie and son just removed our old washer and dryer and set up a new washer/dryer combo.
I realize this is not the usual stuff of blog content, but when you’ve had to limp along with misbehaving appliances for while it’s big news!
I’m off to start a load.
This week’s theme for my Zentangle® tile is clouds. Nice choice for a summer’s day.
We’re finally past most of the Spring rain and our days are lovely and warm (nights are a bit cool, I don’t have my tomatoes planted out yet).
Well, I’m in my new home and I couldn’t be more pleased.
It’s nice and roomy and my hutch area is snuggly warm.
Ooooh, who’s that?
Here’s the latest two. (I’m playing catch up on life in general after tax season and a mess of bookkeeping.)
You can see the rest of my Zendalas here.
I’ve been trying to get pictures of all the different hummingbirds that visit our feeder. The problem is this little fellow thinks the feeder belongs to him … just him.
He’s a Black-chinned Hummingbird. Though he’s a tiny little guy, he’s tough, through and through.
Grandpa’s busy building me a new home. (He really gets into his work.) 🙂
Since I’m an escape artist, he has to build it carefully. (I’ve had a lovely runaround twice!) All the wire has to be stapled down well and the boards of the hutch have to be tight and weatherproof. In another day or so, I’ll be all snuggled in with a nice outdoor run where I can nibble grass.