Tag Archives: Summer
How do I explain the sacrifices that the followers of the Door King, Norm, make to participate in Thursday Doors. We go to great lengths to get just the right door to share with you. Is this a great door … Continue reading
Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place: and in the sky The larks still bravely singing fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the dead: Short days ago, We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, … Continue reading
I’ve worked with a lot of plants this week. On Sunday, the sun shone bright and the temperature was in the 70’s. More importantly, we had our most successful Master Gardener plant sale ever. With a committee of 12 and … Continue reading
All the gardens are thriving. The cottage perennials, the hosta and other shade plants, and our veggies are all doing well. We still have a lot of flowers to cut and fresh vegetables for the table. Yesterday we took a … Continue reading
The June weather in New Hampshire has been gorgeous, and we’ve been living outside enjoying as much of it as possible. Waterfalls, sand castles, historic stone walls, or beautiful rustic scenes – we’ve enjoyed them all. We camped for a … Continue reading
May through September, you will find me in my favorite room – the garden. 🙂 For more photo interpretations of room check out the Daily Post.