I just wanted to show you another view of my yard, some work has been done since this picture and a little cleanup. Apparently I was doing some weedin and had some piles still to pick upbut at
least you kinda get an idea of my yard from this viewpoint. The flowers go all the way down to the end of the yard. I see my fishing net for my pond, I just use it for cleaning it. I had fish the first year and have not had it in me to harm any more fish. The water warms too quickly and my gold fish did not fare too well. I did learn you are supposed to put a pvc pipe at the bottom so there is a cooler area. Hows that for a bit of info. Today I had a great day, my phone did not ring once today, my husband played ball tonight, it was pretty windy so I did not tag along! I am noticing in my world that I am not very particular about perfection, because you see that basket at the back, it needs to go to the shed, etc, etc...Now a thought to ponder...I have everything done with the yard or the house and I am content with things, but suddenly one morning and I haave a new project in mind...where do these thoughts come from...I have lots of fifteen minute jobs that I have started too, but the reality is I don't seem to be a good judge of how long I can do things before I get tired. So, I have learned to love my perfect world of imperfections, that give me peace, strength and to keep me trying to go forward everyday, I don't have one thing to complain about....not for me anyway. Our health care system is taking a beating, and it will only get worse here. I am truly glad I know that my life is great, very few struggles, and if we had no imperfections ever, well would we really be living...One who knows how to show and to accept kindness will be a friend better than any possession, by Sophocles. Remember true friends love our imperfections. All is right with my world! P.S. If I dont have a perfect sleep, I will be demonstrating some imperfections tomorrow...Not to worry that can be fixed with a nap. If only life was always this easy. Have a great day!