We have May flowers but April is the driest month of the year.
But we have flowers.
I was out snapping photos of the flowers and then sitting at my laptop editing them and Terry goes “What are you doing?” and I said getting a post ready to upload and he said “It’s about time! You’re website is BORING! It’s not like we don’t do anything! Why aren’t you posting about all that? We just went to a wedding renewal! Why aren’t those pictures up yet????”
Wow! Can you believe how negative he is???? Actually, I might have taken liberties on his talking parts, but, he’s right, I haven’t been posting enough. I used to post EVERY DAY! Sheesh. I gotta get my act together. (And just want to say, I’ll have those wedding photos up, it just takes a bit longer to edit photos with people in them!)
But I digress, back to today’s post….
Purple Passion Flower
Don Juan Rose
Hey look, the plumeria are almost ready to bloom!
Night blooming Jasmine. Not spectacular blooms but it smells like HEAVEN must smell!
Sheesch, I can’t remember what this is! Sheesch!
Pink hydrangea. This one really is supposed to be pink
An almost blue hydrangea. With all of our limestone, it’s hard to get a blue hydrangea here. It’s LOVELY!
Daylily hiding behind the bird bath
Deedo guarding the front walkway
And Terry just said, “I never said that your website is boring! You just need to post more!”
Gotta quit going to so many meetings!
You know how I’m always going on about those damn squirrels? Well, on this website, we have a banjo-playing damn squirrel! http://w4mop.com/morepicssquirrelie.htm Perfect. If you don’t want to actually go to the website, squirrelie was trying out many instruments and gave up the banjo almost immediately. Only shows that squirrels do not always make good decisions. Last night, Terry and I met a friend at the NEW Papa Joe’s … Continue reading →
One more post of photos from DC. We missed the peak of Cherry Blossom season by about 2 weeks on our visit, but there were so many amazing flowering trees. This post started out to just be some of the snaps of the trees but I had so many other good photos, I’ve gone beyond flowers. … Continue reading →