I know, I know, your iris and columbine are long gone. Well sorry, but mine are just starting. So while we slowly swing into summer, I will help you relive spring. I'm a little pokey posting as my older sister came out to visit for the weekend.
I make it a point to smell the yellow rose every day. She only blooms once and I don't want to take it for granted.
My ever loving husband found another wheel for the vegetable garden fence. All I need is one more large one that I can use as a gate. You see old abandon wheels everywhere. Nobody cares about them, until you mention you are interested. Then suddenly they are like gold. My greenhouse is thriving. The pumpkin is almost out the top. The peppers are amazing. The lettuce is peaking. I love having a greenhouse. I like the shot below. It is an angle I don't think I have ever used for a photo.
I have been eyeing this rust colored bird bath for awhile. Finally, it went on sale and was the last one left. I took the plunge and bought it. Kelly and I took out as much of the old rotted pine stump as we could. Then I set the bath on top of what was left. It isn't going anywhere. It looks a tad crooked. Guess I will fix that tomorrow.
I am enjoying every moment of this summer. Like the inchworm above, I am taking it in a little at a time. My friend from college is coming out to visit with her mother this week. I am thankful for the time I am able to spend with friends and family. There is nothing better than a long slow summer on the porch with my husband, family, and friends. I hope your summer is as pleasant.