Monday, April 2, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
I tackled the front yard planter box. I removed all of the weeds, rocks, and may, unfortunately, have damaged a few underground critters in the process. A's help was crucial with some of the big strong ivy roots. We picked out some flowers and a dogwood tree! Thank goodness for A's strength in digging a hole deep enough for the tree. That ground gets tough down there. I planted primrose and tulips on either side of the about to blossom dogwood and re-organized the rocky border. Plopped some mulch over the top, and it looks like a well groomed patch of yard!
Someone wrote that gardens are a luxury, not a necessity. I'm very proud of our hard work to bring this luxury to the front of our house. We are looking forward to the spring blossoms!
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
I'm very happy for the much needed rainstorm this week. The snow pack will help us alleviate drought conditions. The wet wild lands will help us reduce wild fires. Thank you, Mother Nature for the rain storm. I just have one question.
Why start a weeklong storm right after I was both of my cars? I could've left them parked outside and let you do the work this week.
Sunday, March 11, 2012
We didn't interfere, but rather watched from inside and cheered him on as he tested out his legs and twitched. It was a sad sight, but I'm happy to report that the little birdy was up and bouncing around within a few minutes. We put some fresh bird seed out to fuel him up.
Let's hope that more birdies don't get confused between video game powers and real life.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Please accept my apologies. I blog in my head, but you can't hear it. I'll try to be better about using one of my many internet connected devices to post the ever-entertaining thoughts that appear between my ears. Warning: some are quite random and you may wish to avoid trying too hard to link the thought to a rational context.
Our house wiggled yesterday morning and woke us up. We are thankful it was a wiggle and nothing compared to the tornados in the mid-west. People in the news called it a jolt, but I heard a loud boom and then felt the bed wiggle.
A's brother, also with an intial A, has encouraged us to Run for the Seals. If you'd like to support the swimming wiggly creatures, they would much appreciate your donation to The Marine Mammal Center. You can support our participation in the Run for the Seals event by looking up our names at this link:
Doesn't every seal pup deserve a fish milkshake?