On Sunday Dr. M captured a picture of a butterfly (moth? How do you tell?) that had landed on one of our petunias.
Here's the close-up – pretty cool!
Monday, June 14th
On Monday, since it was Flag Day, I dressed Martha Goose in her 4th of July outfit. We call her Uncle Martha when she's wearing it.
Tuesday, June 15th
On Tuesday I took some close-ups of our wildflowers in the front flowerbed – we're pretty pleased with the lovely jumble of flowers there.
And Dr. M took pictures in the rose garden at the satellite campus where he's teaching this summer. Gorgeous!
Burros! We never get pictures of burros. Heh. I like the light in this picture. (Yes, I left the wording the same because, although it's a different picture, everything still applies LOL.)
While Dr. M was gadding around taking pictures of burros I took this one of the apples I bought that day. I'm trying to eat healthier!
Thursday, June 17th
On Thursday I took some pictures of the garden, but then I decided to do a whole post on it later (Tuesday, probably), so I'm just sharing the hanging tomato progress.
Friday, June 18th
Guess what time it is? Tax Time Pig Time! I think it's pretty self explanatory. Except for the part about why a yellow gorilla is waving to Dad. That part's kind of strange.
Saturday, June 19th
Today Dr. M & I went out for lunch & then to a local nursery. We were looking for some daylilies to plant along the side of the house, but didn't want to spend $6 a pop on them. For today, we decided to get some of this Marigold Lemon Gem. The flowers are edible – I'm going to try some in a salad tomorrow. We've put six of them on the borders of one of our garden boxes. We took lots of pictures – I'm going to do a "yard" post on Tuesday.
Dr. M bought a birdbath for me – I think it's gorgeous! He read that it helps cut down on algae if you put some copper in the water. I generously donated a bracelet I got in Zambia to the cause. It's made out of the copper byproduct from silver mining. That's my head reflected in the water - & some lovely fluffy clouds. It has been a beautiful day!
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