Remember the bunny invasion we've had around here? I named this bunny Agatha. She's bold. She has Bill's pretty grass for a first course (she comes around dinnertime) and she hops over to Jeff's tomato garden for dessert.
She's pretty and she knows it. Look at her softness! She scratches her ears a lot so fleas are suspected, but I'd still like to give her a hug. Wouldn't you? The carrots can't grow fast enough for Agatha. I had better go out and play with the garden hose this morning to speed things up a bit. We have so many rocks in our flowerbeds because the people who lived here before us had an "easy maintenance" view on gardening: cover all dirt with rocks and spray poison on invading weeds. We've dumped a lot of dirt around here over the years and the rocks keep wiggling their way to the surface.
Good bye, Agatha! Please come back tomorrow! (Bill doesn't invite her back, but I do!)
There were GORGEOUS flowers in the mountains. Snap dragons LOVE thin air, I think.
Our lilacs were gone in May, but look at these beauties!
Bleeding hearts! Columbine on the right!
The mountain church, chiming its call to anyone and everyone.
Ratty? Is that him? Do you see his boat? I fear we just missed him. He's already around the bend.
Now some pretty inside things. I LOVED the Bavarian theme in the hotel.
I drank my morning coffee from this fat cup. Isn't it pretty? Custom restaurant china at its very finest, I think.
I think I'm naming June mornings "oatmeal beginnings" because now I have time to make myself oats and I do love a pretty bowl of porridge.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the nicest one of all? YOU!
I am knitting a little grey something and she is wearing a purple dress. You'll see her very soon and I'll tell you all about her.
I haven't forgotten my "tiny people" promise and my twig doll is looking very shrivel-faced and GREEN, but she's waiting to meet you, too.
I'm off to stir up some oats! Thank you for stopping by!