There are some new flowerbeds and I'm going to put the seeds saved from last summer in them. That way, there will be another bed of purple cone flowers, butterfly bushes, and peppers-real and ornamental to come back every year from now on. That is a very good thing.
Later when I have time I'll post the pictures of the lillies when they bloomed. The stargazer isn't quite ready yet.
Now I must go and clean before we die from dust.
Well, I really am going in just a minute to dust...and other things cleaningwise. But first I had to go out an plant a couple of things and weed a little, very little, and take a few pictures. Then I had to check to see who actually did win the Byron Nelson golf tournament, cuz I just forgot to keep up with it. Now all the golfers, except Tiger Woods is over here in Ft. Worth to play at Colonial. Amber Star and her family do not belong to Colonial Country Club, but I have been out to watch the tournament from time to time. It is very, very elite and snazzy and all.
Like all the other sports I don't play golf, but sometimes like to watch. My son does play golf and is pretty good at it and did caddy for one of the better players during a practice round or the Pro Am, when he was taking golf as a subject in high school. It put him on cloud 9 to be in the action up close and all. He is much older now, 45, and understands why I always wanted a cart. He thought I was such a weenie then. HA! Now he knows.
For real I'm off to dust. bbl
Before I get started dusting there was this magazine just laying on the sofa next to me...calling my name. There is an article in there about an ENORMOUS rug made from the wool of shorn sheep that has been felted and the knitter made her own needles the size of yardsicks to be able to get the gauge and size she wanted. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Be sure to click on her name to see how HUGE the yarn is and the knitting needles!!