Sunday, May 27, 2018

Memorial Day Week-end

This time of year on my walks along the lakefront I am treated to gorgeous vistas of flowers we miss in the summer when we’re here for weeks, but which I remember from childhood when no one planted annuals. The iris are in their glory. The tulips and daffodils are gone, but azalea and rhododendron are bursting and loving yesterday’s rain. Our own landscaping renovation has been delayed due to the bad storms of the past few weeks.  Loretta can’t work her magic until Jason brings in some top soil and removes some old growth.  Lots of yard sales—they bloom with the flowers.  I bought 2 nice wooden TV tables in a stand from a neighbor for $2.00 to keep handy for extra stands when needed for various electronic, comfort and medical equipment.

Iris 6


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