|Won’t be long and the roses and iris will be putting on a show!|
Today was just beautiful. The temps were perfect the sun was gorgeous and the wind was reasonable! Needles to say, we spent a lot of time outside.
As spring is coming on, a new to-do list emerges. Tony got the lawn mower and tiller tuned up a ready to go and I got some mowing done. With such a mild winter, there were all kinds of clover and such growing like crazy in the garden areas. I like to let them go as long as I can since the bees and bugs like them, however, with it being so warm the plants were already going to seed. I love the way the gardens look with all the open spaces neatly mowed. Now I just have to get the clover cleaned up and out of the garden boxes. Out of six boxes, I have cleaned out three and I did get the herb garden cleaned out, too. I was tickled pink to see how many herbs were still with me and growing strong.
Savannah and Sierra spent a lot of time reading their books out on a blanket in the sun. Jonathan helped Tony with the mower and such and lit the burn pile. I am so grateful for the rain over the past weeks. Jonathan was going through withdrawals over the summer since he couldn’t burn anything for months. Cheyenne went with me to Athens to update our booth at Winnie and Tallulah’s. We had a great lunch at McAlister’s deli. She had to work inside on college work once we got home so she didn’t get to spend as much time outside as the rest of us.
As it happens, dinner was late. Once the temps warm up, dinner gets later and later. We simply don’t come in until the sun goes down. Yes, that means that in the middle of the summer we don’t eat until 9pm. I always come up with a new “plan” to fix this, but the fact is we like being outside and that is all there is to it. We know the winter is over when dinner is late and I have perpetually dirty knees. Let the good times roll!