Spring is like youth. It’s beautiful and fleeting. When you are young, you spend all your time trying to be older and then when you are really old, you wonder where the years went. Youth is wasted on the young, one famous person once said. Maybe not wasted, but we don’t appreciate being young while we are.
Spring is so like that. It comes and goes so quickly, you hardly have a chance to enjoy it. Right now everything is in its glory.
The Viburnum is especially pretty this year.
The Daffodils have been so pretty, but their days are almost over for another year.
I love PInk Flowering Almond.
The Redbud. One of the first harbingers of Spring. And they grow wild here in Indiana. Aren’t we blessed? I did plant this one which came up in our back yard years ago.
Our Jeep goes right along with all the Spring colors! By the way, the Jeep’s color is called Snazzleberry.
Our neighbors’ lilac is so lovely and we get to enjoy it, too.
I’m preparing my little garden outside my shop. I find that if I plant things here, they won’t be dug up by pups. They dug up three of the peonies in the back yard. We did replant them and put a fence around them, but peonies don’t like being moved, so it might be a few years before they do any good.
We went to Lowes yesterday and I bought two more large flower pots, some pansies and three other plants that I can’t remember their names at the present, but I will show you once they are planted. One is a low growing, spreading grass and I don’t know where we will plant that yet.
Easter came and went so fast I can hardly believe we celebrated it. Our church choir sang a cantata which was lovely and then we had dinner with nine family members.
Our granddaughter and her husband(I still find that funny to say) were here. They have almost been married for a year already.
Our daughter and her family. These are our “youngest” grandchildren now.
Our son and his wife and son were here as well. We didn’t get their pictures for some reason. I always mean to get pictures of everyone and I always leave out someone.
David picked Daffodils for the table.
The Christmas cactus bloomed for Easter, too.
Our son and his wife had visited a nursery the day before and was I surprised when they gifted me with some presents.
This is the top of the garden stand. Looks like angel wings, doesn’t it? I could put birdseed in it, but it’s too pretty to have birds pooping all over it so I will probably just set it in the garden where I can enjoy it.
Our son thought he got the best present for me, though.
A rooster windmill. Yes, I do love it.
It’s been given a real workout with the windy days we’ve been having.
They also brought me a Russian Sage to plant. Or, as my son calls it, a Ukranian Sage. He even printed it on the tag. Our son, by the way is a Russian linguist and said he wishes he could go back into the military to help fight. I’m glad he can’t because I worried enough about him while he was serving in the Air Force.
Miss Honey Sugar Dumpling, Sugar, for short. She is such a sweet dog.
Cocoa Lucy Belle or Lucy for short is always and I mean always wanting to play. In fact, as soon as I finish this post I’m going outside and throwing her some balls.
It’s been a special time and now we are getting ready for all the work planting gardens and keeping the yard entails. I’m also busy sewing for my Christmas sale. I know it seems far, far away, but the time goes so fast, it will be here before we know it. I also got more fabric. I don’t think I have enough. Ha!
Hope you are enjoying Spring or maybe it’s Fall where you live. Sometimes I can’t get my mind around the fact that when I am in snow, others are in Summer and when I am in Summer others are freezing. Enjoy every day of Spring. I know I plan to. Bye.