I wanted to share a little of what has been keeping me from my blog so much lately.
I am making new beds in the garden right now and it is taking up a huge amount of time
and it has kept me from visiting all of your wonderful blogs for the past week.
Soon things will be slowing down and I will get back to doing something besides gardening.
But for now, I am pretty much living in my dirty garden clothes.
Never fear...I do take a bath every night and first thing in the morning I look pretty clean...
but then it's downhill from there.
This is my hobby. This is my passion.
This is what I live for in the Summer.
Too bad I can't look good doing it. LOL!
The pictures above of the gazebo and roses, I took last night.
But the pictures from here down I took last week, but didn't have a chance
to post them.
The delphiniums are now finishing their bloom time. These photos were taken when
they were at there peak.
My favorite delphiniums to grow are the Pacific Giants.
There are very tall and stately in the beds.
They always make me wish that they lasted longer.
Here are the views walking up the front walk to the pergola covered porch.
A sweet little perennial foxglove.
Hydrangeas in a concrete pot.
This view below is a view of the front of the garden from the road.
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all for your well wishes on the studio being
published. You are all so supportive and wonderful to me.
I have enjoyed reading all the lovely messages you have left for me.
I feel so blessed to have you all in my life and be able to connect through this
awesome thing called blogging.
I LOVE meeting all the amazing women who
love the same things I love, feel the same things I feel,
and want the same things out of life that I want.
I will be gone a few days and will catch up with you all the first of the week.
I hope everyone is having a wonderful Summer. Isn't it going by so fast?
I have to squeeze every bit out of it...because we sure have a short one here
in my corner of the world. Soon we will be gathering wood
to get us through the long Winter.
Yikes!!! I hate the thought!