Hey sweetie I'm SO glad you're back. Sending lots and lots of love and light your way.
Little sweet things. Happy you're back, sending you peace and love xo S, Miss D & les Chats
As my son says...."so, prettyful!!" Glad to see you back.
Love the chicken! Looks like nice fluffy slippers :)
Your garden is a miracle and Maggie is a beauty. Hugs.
Miss that boy.
Have missed your gorgeous photos of the garden and menagerie. Glad your back, my friend.
MS, thank you so much! xoxoSusan, I just want you to know that your comments and poems were read over and over. Thank you.Melissa, it's good to be back. :) Erin, we need to get you some stealth chickens girlfriend!ThreeC, that little Maggie girl is a hoot! She loves nothing better than rollin' aound in the dirt.Shamy, yes. Eggy, thank you sweet friend. :)
Baby steps....glad you are back. So many good things captured in those photographs. (Is maggie May a new addition?)
I'm loving your little things! That little chicken is adorable, but nothing is sweeter than your puppies eyes!
That's one fancy little chicken and some yummy looking veggies. What's your secret for keeping them going in the summer heat?
I have missed you so much. Welcome back. Maggie May is really growing. Garden looks good. Everything is dry and so so hot. August is not my favorite month.
Hey you!Glad you are back in the mix.Maggie has a "caught doing something I'm not supposed to be doing" look on her face in that one shot.LOL!I see that on Bear all the time.We go on.
These are some great "baby steps" back. Love the photographs and love seeing that Maggie is part rascal:) Love you.
Those bell peppers are looking great!
Kelly, yep, baby steps is right!Maggie May was Ollie's birthday gift. Poor baby. She was lost too when he died.Kimberly, hehehe. Maggie May is such a sweet girl. I just wish she'd stop chasing my hens!Susan, we've been getting rain almost every afternoon these last few weeks. That goes a long way with keeping the veggies goin'.Anon, yeah, August and September are brutal heat wise.FC, I swear Maggie is not happy unless she's gettin' into something! lolGranny, we're getting better. Still very lost without Ollie, but we're carrying on the best we can.
TFB, they are YUMMY!
Oh Dani, these are truly much more than little things here...glad to see you around.
Maggie May has quite the sweet face. So glad to see you all back out in your beautiful yard.I know MM can't replace your Ollie, but something that sweet can be a wonderful distraction from grief. I wonder if she knows just how lucky she is to have landed in your garden? Thanks for the pictures. xoxox.
Dani, now I can see the similarity to Eeyore in that face! So nice to find you here today. Sending hugs. MFD
Welcome back Dani, I missed you, your family and your garden adventures! I think that the fact that you live five + hours north of Miami is making a big difference in extending your growing season. Who knew? Ours has been over for a quite a while now.
Darla, I missed y'all!Boxer, sweet doggies do make all the difference. :) Ria, hehehe. Poor, pitiful Maggie May.Diva, the only thing still hanging on in the garden are my peppers.I should go ahead and pull them and have John cover my beds with plastic. Let them cook for a few weeks and kill off the nematodes.
Missed you. Welcome back. Photos are wonderful. Love that chocolate colored pepper in the rain.
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