My friend Linda M. who I met on one of my many trips to Vermont in the past few months sent me this photo of a scene from her farm. Here is her German Shepherd Bruno who watches the baby ducklings for hours, but is so careful of them.
I have so much to do now that I have returned home to Florida from Vermont. I leave for Orange County, California in 12 days and have lots to do around the house, blogging, and spending time with all the furkids including Sasha who is only seven weeks old and is biting my fingers and hopping all over my keyboard right now!
I love these Wordless or almost Wordless Wednesdays for several reasons. First of all, I've always believed a picture says a 1000 words and it gives me the opportunity to blog while on vacation. I promise to provide descriptions and more information when I'm home in a few days.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope everyone is doing well :)
Bad thunderstorm this afternoon - got pretty wild!
As you can see even our palm tree didn't survive this winter. Trugreen couldn't even treat part of our yard yet because of the frost damage.Trust me I felt most sorry for the Florida farmers not my yard, perennials, or palm tree.
A few of you asked about the rubber mulch and this is what my husband
said: Rubber Mulch helps save the environment, Made of mainly shred tires. It holds
color longer and it does not attract bugs or termites. Unlike regular mulch it
does not absorb water and lets the water sink to the ground. We will see how it
Important lesson learned: DON'T think you can revive plants that already look like they won't make it. I have NO idea what I was thinking since I do NOT have a green thumb!