What a beautiful table I saw when I came out of the camper. The boys set it while M cooked.
The boys and M insisted that I sit and read while they did the dishes :>
Thoughts on living in the MidWest with her husband and two young sons from a mom born-and-raised on the West Coast.
I asked T the name of this song and he said, "Hmm, let me see. Oh, we're all wobbling, that must be 'The Turkey is A Funny Bird' -- yeah, that's it for sure."
We spent most of the weekend in the yard -- weeding, tilling, mowing, weeding, weeding, and more weeding. I planted some window boxes with hearty pansies a couple of weeks ago. We bought a bunch of flowers and were ready to plant when we learned that we are supposed to have a frost tomorrow night. "They say" to "never plant before Mother's Day" here. I was going to risk it until I learned of the frost. Argh! So, tomorrow night, we'll fill the kitchen table with all of the snapdragons, dalias, delphiniums, black-eyed susans, and hydrangea that I bought and cart them outside after the frost. I can't wait to get everything in the ground. I love to have beautiful flowers! Then, the vegetable garden...