I think she is beautiful. I love my yard and spend hours and
hours outside soaking up the sun as much as I possibly can.
I was gifted this statue this past Sunday by a very generous friend of mine.
Here is a full shot of the statue,
Why I can not remember her name tonight is beyond me.
When I get back home from my trip to my Moms
I will sit outside and draw. I have nothing else planned for my summer,
rest, relaxation, meditation, exercise, being well.
It is not such a bad list, I am looking so forward to it.
Last year when my Dad died, I really don't know what happened the first six months.
I guess I walked around dumbfounded at what had happened.
My Dad would want me to enjoy my yard.
He used to have lots of bird feeders up,
and I was always thrilled to go home and watch the humming birds,
canaries, finches, some type of black bird with yellow and red heads.
I am going to put a hummingbird feeder in my yard also when I get back here.
I thought these were so pretty,
I planted poppies, I just throw the seeds in the ground,
To me no garden is complete without any pansies, so I got
these and some pretty yellow ones.
I still have a few wave petunias to get in and one Hosta that hubby brought home tonight.
My hanging plant that everyone said was so beautiful, let's just say it has seen better days.
but I still have high hopes.
My sister is coming tomorrow and we leave Thursday morning bright and early
to go to the farm. We are leaving a few days later than anticipated, It is a ten hour trip
so we will be doing a lot of visiting and catching up.
Hubby is staying here, he told me to leave him a honey do list,
I said just work on the one I made when we moved in the house,
We had quite a laugh, we moved in ten years ago.
I have given it up to God knowing that hubby in his own sweet time
will get to that list, he may just look at it, but he will get to it.
So I figured I would just touch base with everyone before I left.
I hope you are all well,