Category Archives: Garden
For my children and grandchildren: My dad, who was part of a selfless generation of men and women who valiantly paid the price for the precious freedom we have.
Sunny with showers… Scattered showers… Rain with occasional sunbreaks… Heavy rain… For natives of the northwest, these somewhat humorous adjectives paint significantly different pictures. They may seem similar in that they uniformly describe what we fondly refer to as “liquid … Continue reading
Impatient leaves vacate their arboreal home… Floating softly to the earth they rustle ever-so-slightly while skipping across the yard… Nudged along by a balmy breeze on a lazy summer afternoon, they playfully jump and twirl over the dried-out … Continue reading
“I am working with the enthusiasm of a man from Marseilles eating bouillabaisse, which shouldn’t come as a surprise to you because I am busy painting huge sunflowers.” ~ Vincent Van Gogh
The hydrangeas are putting on a spectacular summer show. From now til fall, they display an ever changing parade of colors. White turning to a multi-shade coral, vivid pink becoming a deep burgandy, bright green fading to a lighter shade … Continue reading