Sunday, July 17, 2011

Today in the Garden . . . . News!

Sometimes I get these crazy ideas . . . .
I can't help myself, it's just how my brain works!
My husband has learned to fear the phrase,
"know what I, meaning "we" should do" ?
I know the look well, he is a master at diplomacy, and he listens to every
word of my idea, but there is still a "look".
He might point out the ill-logical side to my schemes, but all in all he is patient and caring
and along for the ride!
Bless him!

Here is the latest:
I love to garden,
Barefoot, fingers in the dirt, sweaty, exhausting gardening.
I find it amazing that something that takes so much work can relieve stress!
You might be able to tell that by the photos that crop up here on this blog! ha!
This time of year a day is not complete unless I have stuck my fingers as well as toes
into the dirt.
Soooo . . . .
I'm starting a second blog!
A Garden Blog!
There will be a link on this blog so it's easy to access, and if
you are not a gardener, you won't need to hear me prattle on
and see all the photos of my "children" !
At the moment I'm working on a name.
All my first ones were already taken! Boo Hoo
Like "plant, grow, eat" and "fingers in the dirt"
So I'm putting my silly brain to work & I'm sure I'll come up with something soon!

I'm also starting out with a personal 30 day challenge,
so watch for that as well!

Till then, enjoy this view from our deck!

Lori Ann


Lee said...

I'm sure you will come with a fun name for your new blog-you are so creative!
Also wondering what your challenge will are a tease-hate to have to wait!
Have a terrific day!

Rebecca said...

Oh Lori, so looking forward to your new garden blog! I know exactly what you mean, pulling weeds beats puling your hair out any day! And of course you know you always say "Just 15 minutes" and before you know it you are out there an hour covered in sweat and dirt and happy as a lark! ( 'specially if you are wearing your ipod! ) Becky

T's Daily Treasures said...

Your garden is beautiful! We are in the midst of extreme heat and hazy days with dust so the only plants that really can survive are succulents. I look forward to "winter" when flowers can actually be planted and bloom. Best wishes with your new blog and challenge. Have a great week. Tammy

Dixie Sargent Redmond said...

The picture of your garden makes me want to rediscover gardening, Lori Ann. :-) I'll happily visit your blog.

Lori Ann Corelis said...

Thank you Girls!
This will be fun!!!