Saturday, April 25, 2009

The Wild Cultivated Garden

The brain is slightly fried. The body needs to lay down.

Several warm days in a row have set things in motion.

The garden is on the cusp of May Dreams, when the sun is warm, the skies are blue, the grass is green, and the garden is all new again!

Moving a little more slowly, the garden tour still can't be missed. Something new is likely to be blooming everyday.

The warm nights have caused a major shift for the Spots. Our evening stroll is their morning walk and reconnaissance mission for a night of prowling the grounds.

Dinner, sunset, blogging,



lola said...

You sound really tired. Try to get more rest.
The Spots will stay near even though they like to roam at night.
The Wild Cultivated Garden is very lovely.

Grace Peterson said...

There's nothing like a good night's sleep after a long day in the garden. Yours is looking mighty fine.

Isn't it cool to have a feline garden buddy that lingers in the background? Mine is sleeping next to me at this very moment. It was a full day for him too. :)

Carol said...

Everything is in motion here in Indianapolis, too. It was so warm yesterday, I thought I might have missed May!

Christopher C. NC said...

Rested and ready to go.

Lola, it is true. The Spots don't wander far and are waiting at the door in the morning.

Grace the cats have been such a nice addition. Glad they adopted me.

Carol, this is when my elevation becomes a true asset. No matter what, we are 10 degrees cooler than folks down there in the summer.

Siria said...

I loved the garden tour! Everything is looking lovely. Looks like the Spot family does not miss anything.

chuck b. said...

Last night I was looking at pictures of my garden from just a few months ago and thinking how small everything looked. What a difference some sunlight and warmth can make.

lisa said...

I bet you sleep like a rock with all that fresh air and hard work. I'm jealous...indoors at work with no windows. I want to go out and play. :(