Today was the first hint of the lull after the storm that is earnings season at work. Whew... thank goodness. This gave me a little extra time with Art Shenanigans seen in the group below.
There was also time for some gardening, going over these packets which were given out Saturday at the Farmer's Market.
Taking a trip to Cofer's Home and Garden Showcase (five convenient minutes away), I purchased 50 lbs of peat moss which probably sounds like a LOT -- and hey, it is -- but trust me, it will be gone in no time!
But in the meantime, how am I going to get 50 lbs of peat moss out of my hatchback?!
One of the tenants on my land -- This is why we do not have rats or other vermin. Needless to say -- as King keeps us pest free we, in turn, leave him alone other than to oooo and ahhhh over him when he shows up in his over six supple feet of glory. The sun hits that fellow and he glistens as if oiled. Just a beautiful, beautiful boy.
The honeysuckle has taken over part of the girls' fence, scenting the entire land, the bees staggering around drunk from it, the air fragrant even at night thanks to its perfume, wafting through the open dining room window. The roses --? I've never had so many. This is just one bunch of them. The greenery is finally in and standing at attention.