juneSCENE IN OUR GARDEN
Bits and Pieces
“Love the trees until their leaves fall off, then encourage them to try again next year.”
― Chad Sugg
This year's walnut crop has kept my husband busy!
I THINK last evening was the third pickup.
Very few remain on the tree.
Last night's haul was nine wheelbarrows full.
Please don't ask me what he's doing with them all!
just the way they are
I exited the doors after my physical therapy session this morning
and found the groundsman hard at work.
The back of his pick up truck was loaded with hydrangea cuttings...
and he was still at work in one of the flower beds.
Timidly I inquired if the hydrangeas were already spoken for.
He seemed a little puzzled by my question
and not unhappy that I helped myself to an armful!
Upon arriving home, I unloaded them onto a rusted chair.
I'm not sure WHAT I'll do with them.
They look quite nice just the way they are.
Venturing No Further Than...
our back porch to try to capture the colors
that are so beautiful to the eye...
Later this morning, we'll travel a few miles to visit my parents.
Along the way--fields of corn and beans in various stages of harvest...
pumpkin stands, and trees.
Gloriously colored trees, taking my breath away with their beauty.