Friday, March 19, 2010

~ Yesterday .......................................


the weather was gorgeous. My daughter had to take Little Time for a Dr's appt. , so Little Missy and I had the day to ourselves. We spent the day outdoors , we fed the chickens and found out " It takes Two " to lay an egg today (LOL).
She swung for awhile .........................................................
We enjoyed the view ...................................................
We hung the Moon ....................................................
We discovered the enchinacea was coming alive.................
then we got to work cleaning out this small herb bed , so I could plant cilantro .
Little Missy was a big help ..................................................
Yay , the cilantro is planted and covered with netting to keep the chickens out.

And the day ended with this view .................................. Perfect !!!

Hope your Day was Perfect too !

~ Be Blessed ~

JoyceAnn

7 comments:

Lib said...

I always knew you hung the moon.lol:o)
Love the pics, such sweet memories ya'll are making!
HAppy SPRING!!!!!!!!
Blessins',Lib

Leasmom said...

Thats wonderful and yes, finally spring!!!

Flassie's Fil'a said...

What a lovely enjoyable day
you both had together!!

I got a kick out the
we hung the moon!

God Bless You and Yours!!!

Vickie LeBlanc said...

That Little Missy is a cutie. Love her gardening gloves. I had a tire swing when I was a little girl and could spend hours on it. Enjoy your weekend.

Marie S said...

I love that you and little Missy hung the moon!
What a beautiful day you had.I love spring!!! How fun for both of you.


Thank you so much for the comment on my Iron Angels!
I am loving that recycled part of this so much JoyceAnn.
It is rewarding that something can be used again.
I like things to last a long time and get my monies worth out of the things I buy. Our society is so disposable, it bothers me sometimes. This makes me feel better. And it also feeds my art needs too!
Have a wonderful weekend too!

Piecefulafternoon said...

Sounds like a fabulous day.

Callie said...

Great idea to keep the chickens out of the planting area. Glad you had such a lovely day! I never thought anyone would make a hugelkultur bed because I did. I was just recording what I was doing. I am not a gardener. I have read that it can take 2 or 3 years before the beds start working depending on what is planted. I'm adding more dirt to the top so my plants will have something to grow in. I guess every bed is so different depending on what people put in it that it is hard to tell what or how things will grow.