So, buckle your seat belts and let's start the tour.
The pond this morning, bright and blue.
We've had a powdered sugar dusting of snow the last few mornings.
The pond yesterday, dark and stormy.
Every spring, we cut down all the old cattails and trim the pond grasses down to the ground, so the new growth doesn't have to fight it's way through the old.
It looks kind of naked to me, but it won't be long before that changes.
My favorite tree.....
has a fuzzy green glow.
I love green.
Last weekend, The Farmer and I built rock beds in front of the greenhouse.
He placed the big rocks, and I placed the smaller rocks. When he was done with the big rocks, he helped me with the little rocks. Then I re-did most of the little rocks he placed.
He likes it when I do that.
We're going to leave the farm now for a quick detour.
Now that the Junk House is pretty much done, I think we might need to take on a new project.
What do you think? Should we go for it?
Actually, I'm totally kidding. I don't think I have another renovation in me. Plus, this place needs to be condemned. It's beyond help. It really is for sale though, and I'm dying to see the inside. I love all the cruddy old porch posts and railings, but it does look like a bit of a hazard. What I'd really like to do is use it for a photo backdrop, but the large quantity of no trespassing signs are making me hesitate a bit.
Just a bit.
Lastly, a bouquet of beautiful tulips courtesy of my dear husband.
He does not bring me flowers very often, but this week he was getting his hair cut, and his hair dresser/stylist (can someone please tell me what the current, appropriate term for the person who takes care of your hair styling needs is these days? ) had a bunch of tulips on her counter. Knowing I would like them, he made a special trip out of his way to bring me a bouquet of my very own, and it made my day.
While I don't get flowers on a regular basis, what I do get on a regular basis is an offer to stop at the grocery store while he's going through town. That right there is my love language, and I'm happy to have flowers only make a rare appearance if it means I'm regularly treated to a gallon of milk without having to leave my house.
Have a truly wonderful and blessed weekend, as we celebrate our Lord and Saviour's resurrection.