Friday, April 27, 2018

Sunshine And Pottering

Finally the sunshine has decided to make an appearance, I couldn't be more happy.
I'm spending the day weeding, and pulling, and planting and pottering.
May days are almost upon us, and my "to-do" list is not getting any shorter;  so best-foot-forward and hopefully I'll have made a difference by the end of the day.
Hope your weekend is a sunny one !
 


 
 
 


 
 


 



12 comments:

Betty said...

We are working in the back yard this weekend. I cannot wait. Too much cold and wet weather so far this year. Love the clock and the cute turtle.

Debbie - Mountain Mama said...

Cool and rainy here, but hopefully when I'm off tomorrow I can get some time in the garden! So many flowers there already, I'm envious!! Your garden is lovely!

Patsy said...

So good to see the sun back.
Thanks for showing the happy photo's.

Louca por porcelana said...

Great garden!I always admire your clematis!

Karen Ann said...

Your gardens are lovely!

ann said...

Well, now I know where Spring is hiding out! It is slowly coming to Colorado. At the moment the sun is shining. Your garden looks so beautiful and so nicely photographed--ready for garden magazine.

Susie said...

Jo, I love all your pictures. The window box is so pretty. I have always loved the old sink. Those beautiful blue flowers. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

Betsy Brock said...

Everything looks amazing! We had our first full day of spring warmth yesterday and I loved it! But today we are gray and about 48 degrees. Brr. haha.

Mildred said...

Hi Jo, Everything is beautiful! I especially love your old sink. We worked in the yard yesterday also. Bright sunshine and a cool breeze!

Claire said...

It is beautiful this weekend here in Arkansas but I am delaying planting annuals as I have a trip planned soon that will keep me out of town for at least a week. I know from sad expierence that I can't depend on my husband to water plants for me. There are plenty of chores that will keep me busy this weekend even without the fun of planting my favorite annuals. But the good Lord willing, there will be next weekend!!

L. D. said...

It is all so beautiful. You have so much fun making such great arrangements to enhance the antiques and the plants.

Tom said...

Yes, that'd be lovely. But since I'm on the Left Coast, it might get cold before I'm there. I stumbled on (if you can stumble on line) your blog this morning and being a Brit lover (lived there a year), I was hooked. Fabulous photos. I am prepping to officiate a wedding (my first and non-religious) and was struck by some of the quotes you used. I'm not sure I need it, but may I have your permission to use a few of the quotes that seem appropriate for the two people I will marry? I'll mention your blog to the guests.

I only do herb tea.
Tom Brenner