The snapdragons came back! Isn't that amazing? They held on all winter, survived, and are glorious!
Yes, the squirrels can shimmy up this shepherd's hook. They are so determined to eat the black sunflower seeds. The birds have been enjoying them, too.
I bought two flats of petunias, white and yellow, and then I realized that that is A LOT of planting. With all of these little pots housing one or two petunia plants, I shall have to do a lot of hand watering. We'll see how long this lasts.
I hung new bunting. Look at all the perennials!
And look at the beginnings of my Beekeeper Blanket. It's slow going but fun. Do you like the colors?
The bees like the cornflowers, pincushion flowers and Jupiter's Beard!
For Timothy, these are the lazy hazy days of summer. He is such a cuddle bug and for that I am so thankful.
Jolly has arrived at Angela's! She will blog about it next week so I will pop in and share the link.
Thank you for your kind comments on my last post. I have time to cut out a top and pants today, so maybe I will. Red. The pants are linen like and the top is a very unique print. You know you have to be in the mood to sew, so I hope I am.
We had friends from Austria visit us and they said that they have a hot meal for lunch and then a cold meal for dinner. I think I know what a cold meal would be (bread, cheese, fruit, egg?) but do you have any cold meal ideas?
Maybe the reason I have only sewn bunting is because my sewing, ironing, book, computer room is too full. I'll try to fix it.
Time to take a bath and make the bed. Then, we'll see.
Thank you so much for stopping by! xo