June 30, 2011
Garden and Tricycle
Look how tall the corn is getting. It’s already taller than knee high
June 28, 2011
What happens when I forget to take a picture until late at night.
June 11, 2011
Around the house
Here’s our backyard tree. I still have no idea what it’s name is. It’s getting ready to bloom. Hopefully when it does the monarch butterflies come back like last year and I can photograph them again (My watermark was created by outlining that landed on this tree last year)
June 5, 2011
More garden pictures
June 1, 2011
How does my garden grow
May 28, 2011
May 24, 2011
It’s still rainy. I’m over it and ready to get back to the park. The hail and cooler temps are making me worry about the success of our garden. I’m done. Oh and we’re dabbling our toe in potty training. He might be ready but I’m not pushing too hard because I’m not sure.
May 13, 2011
This was delivered by UPS today it’s my Mother’s Day present from Aaron and Blake (I’m the slacker who ordered it late, not Aaron) I LOVE it. It will make carrying my camera so much easier and my shoulders and neck won’t hurt after long outings.
Today the weather was beautiful again. I noticed these growths on our tree in the backyard. They were there last year but I never figured out what they were.
RadishLettuce in dire need of thinningSpinach, also in need of thinningCilantroMy empty strawberry pot. Hopefully that will be remedied this weekend. The plants from last year did not survive the winterI’m trying to watermark in Lightroom. If the picture doesn’t need additional editing in Photoshop Elements it saves me a step. It looks like I’ll have to tweak it since it’s barely visible on the darker pictures.
May 3, 2011
Happy Birthday to my little brother!
I don’t know about you but I’m getting a little tired of garden shots. It is what it is and I’m to lazy to go out and find something fascinating every day. Blake is adorable but he’s still refusing to look at the camera most of the time sooo…
Transplanted Basil, Rosemary, lettuce sprouts (yay between those and the radishes maybe just maybe our first attempt at gardening won’t be a total failure) and more lilacs because they’re pretty.