If you haven’t been you should. Not only will you see beautiful plants but you can get information and advice on all things for your yard and garden.
Now I know those of you from a distance will probably not venture over here but those in the area should. The nursery is a very calming place just to visit and Miss Treelady herself is always so glad for a visit.
You can also shop the gifts and pick up wonderful handmade soap and of course that is where you will find Lateblooming Design handmade paper crafted gardens. Some of these are there.
Plus more. It is always best to support local businesses and local artist. We depend on it.
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Her name is Sugar Babe but we have always just called her Babe. She came as a replacement for our sweet Tobie .Tobie was ball of fire Pembroke Welsh Corgi. She and my late husband worked the fence around our property and checked the waterline for leaks. Tobie could find the smallest spurt and she knew she was the Queen of JourneyEnd Farm. She also loved to dig and as a result of that digging contracted Blastomycosis (sp) We had no choice but to let her go over the rainbow. Very sad day.
Now …I have mentioned before that Babe is driving me crazy with her digging. She didn’t start this until after my husband passed . I posted earlier that I had to fence off my flowerbed because she had dug just about every thing up. She is still digging only now it is in the yard. You have to be careful and not fall in. Yes they are large holes and yes I am concerned she may get sick too. I just don’t know what to do about it. Babe is a cross of Corgi (not much) and Mountain Cur. A working dog who doesn’t have any work to do so she cultivates the ground. She can jump to the moon or almost but she has sort of made friends with the grands. This has been an on going relationship of trial and error.
The last couple of week have had one challenge after another.I know these thing make us stronger but also have to wonder if is only if they don’t kill us first. Let me explain….Taking care of my 95 year old parents is a feat only for the strong and I sometimes wonder where I fit in.They don’t live with me but are just down the road so I am on 24/7 call. I’m there daily to take in the mail,empty potty seats, trash cans and general clean up from what ever hits the floor. It isn’t hard work just emotionally draining. In the last two weeks both have fallen. First it was my Dad. Sometimes he manages to get back up himself but sometimes we have to call the EMT’s for help. He gets very upset when he can’t manage on his own and can get kinda ugly.
Then …the very next day Gardian,he security company, call because Mother had pushed the button and wasn’t answering the phone. She had fallen in the bathroom and hit her head so we spent the afternoon in the ER making sure she didn’t have any fractures. Thankfully she didn’t but we won’t be taking any pictures for their anniversary coming up. There was big goose egg on her forehead and eventually her face was black and blue which then turned yellow. Not picture taking flattery. They will have been married 74 years on May 1.
Next… …we got disapointing news on the newest granddaughter. This will be an on going thing and prayers would be greatly appreciated.
Then…with my Dad’s situation we have had to do some things he doesn’t like or understand .Sometimes things go smooth, sometime not. This was one of the nots. I had to call in help and hopefully he will get over it and calm down. If not..well there just aren’t many options. Prayers needed here too.
We did win ball games during all of this. I missed one of the girls softball games but I’m not out there playing so probably didn’t make much difference.
In the mean time the garden is growing. Outside and in the craft room.
Way to go girls. With four cousins on the same team being coached by their father &uncle’s and mother/ aunt look out. They are on a roll and of course a card was in the making to get the season going . Not going to win any prizes with this one but hope they know I’m proud of them and will be there to cheer them around those bases.
They really are good sports and I’ll get a picture of GT’s baseball game later this week.
Time really doesn’t stand still. Hard to believe this sweet Kelly girl is already 2. Birthdays are a big deal when there is a big brother,three big sisters and one little sister. My oh my what a fun time. Of course this Bebe has to get creative. I just want them to know I love them enough to give it a go with something that you can’t get anywhere else except out of Bebe’s craft room. The pop-up- card is made with Mini Mouse stickers as well as the tunnel book. Catch that smile….worth more than anything in my book.
I know all grandmothers think their grands are special but MINE REALLY ARE!
Well…it was until things cooled off again. Frost last night doesn’t seem to have hurt any thing. Garden photos coming up…Wisteria before and after the rain.
The English dogwood begining to bloom and now.
And verious “wild flowers before the lawn was cut. (spider wart & violets)
Now the bed is a jungle of soon to be Lousiana Iris, Day LIlies and Crocosmia. The turtle isn’t real.
Yes…You can see the probably dead lemon tree inside the hoophouse. Oh well! Out front I have started working on the bed. Mulch on one end. Roses are blooming on the South wall and one lonely purple iris.
Now if the temps will catch uo and not jump into summer before we continue to enjoy Spring.
Next up…Softball and baseball. Oh the joys of grandchildren.
Say “Hi” as you pass by . I love hearing your responce to my madness…and Remember…this is the Lords day…Rejoice!