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Friday, May 13, 2016

Short And Sweet Today

May 13, 2016

Good morning.  Tis gray outside today, but I think we are expecting a bit of rain in a while.  I can't chat very long this morning because I slept late and SIL Eddie and Cliff are already outside working in the yard. 

I need to get dressed and outside to decide where to plant all the new plants.  However, Eddie put up a couple of my new gifts and I wanted to share them here.  First here's a beautiful new bird feeder that my friends Mary Ann and Gene sent me for Christmas.  (Gene made it!) How cool is this?

I also have a photo of my new hummingbird wind chime.  When the wind blows this sounds soooo nice!
Of course, I had to take a photo of one of my yellow tulips right after we gave it a drink of water.  These are so sunny and happy looking.
Now I have to run and get dressed.  We want to get all the new plants in the ground before the rain comes.  So, till Sunday, Y'all have a really beautiful weekend.
Hugs, Edna B.


smiekeltje said...

Spectacular bird feeder, but so fun!
and the wind chime is sweet.
Gosh, the guys are really working hard now.
Not much to tell about here. Weather changed a lot already. We had some rian(now that isn;t too bad for the garden) but temps are down and it looks not nice at all, yak.
But may be there will be a moment with a peep of sunshine and then I'll go quickly out just to buy some bread.
Have a lovely day.

Debby said...

Have fun planting the flowers. We may get frost tonight. Really late in the season. I am so late with planting but I guess that is good. Our garden areas are filled with all kinds of beautiful things coming up. Not much room to plant anything. I haven't found my fairy garden items yet but I will go ahead with the items that are new.
Have a great weekend.

Mary Ann Roesler said...

I bet you can tell I'm a few days behind in reading your blog. I hope the colors aren't too bright so that the birds won't like it. We just did our 1st big bike ride...nearly 10 miles. Gene found out his knee replacement is scheduled for Nov. 1st. We sure enjoy your garden. When our snake plants are full grown I will take a photo of them for you. It's in low 80's today so plan to do as much outside as we can. Enjoy!