It occurs to me that I'm spending too much time with the reds of Autumn and the oranges are getting a bit jealous. So, to give them equal billing, here are some brilliant Autumn oranges in middle Missouri. The sassafras tree always puts on a spectacular show with its flaming orange leaves. Caught in the … Continue reading Autumn goes out in a blaze of glory
Look who is back! MIA for most of the summer, I've noticed a significant increase in activity at the feeders this past week. In fact, sometimes it looks like a friggin' hummer convention! Or a hummer war....because all they seem to want to do is dive bomb each other. The temps have cooled a bit … Continue reading My Missing In Action hummers have returned!
The hyacinths I planted last Autumn are up in all their spring glory...and their fragrance is divine! I'm slowly being sucked into getting involved with Texture Tuesday over at Kim Klassen Cafe. This will be my first link up with their group. Gosh, I hope they like me. 🙂 I used Kim's Bestill (be still?) … Continue reading Perfectly Pink
Spring has definitely sprung here in middle Missouri. Yesterday was officially the first day of spring, and the bulbs I planted last year have pushed their way through the mulch and are rewarding my back-breaking efforts. Flower bulbs have always fascinated me because when we plant them in Autumn, they look positively dead. But we … Continue reading Spring has sprung!