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Sunday, May 15, 2011

This N That

After another rain, much gentler than the past rains but still loaded with thunder and lightning, plants are celebrating.
Hostas are huge!
Marcy's back yard garden is growing in leaps and bounds with Bev's constant love and care.
The big garden has been plowed for the second time,
rows laid out and seeds planted after this picture.
The waters are clearing from the floods.
Work continues between the storms.

15 comments:

Callie said...

Good to hear that you are not suffering from the floods. Hope your garden grows in leaps and bounds. Have a good weekend!

Rob said...

Hi Gail, the big garden does look BIG. Everything is looking well, its good to have rain but it's also good for it to know when to stop as well.

The Words Crafter said...

I wouldn't mind a gentle shower. That's a gorgeous flower, so big and vibrant!!!

Happy Sunday :)

Country Gal said...

The garden is looking good. Lovely photos and post. Have a great Sunday

MidnightSage said...

Your hostas look so lush and beautiful. I had alot of different hosta varieties in Minnesota. My favorites were the ones with the fragrant white flowers, the hummers loved them. And I'm so glad the rains are gentler now and the flooding is subsiding...

Nora said...

Wow, the big garden is really big! That's going to be a lot of work to plant and take care of. You will have a very bountiful harvest, no doubt. Enough food to feed a village. Wish I lived closer by to share in the bounty and the work.

EmptyNester said...

Never a dull moment there, is it?

the canned quilter said...

Gorgeous Rose! Lots of stormy weather here also but we are not flooding thank goodness. Hugs from The Holler : )

Teresa aka JW said...

It's in the 50's here, wet and cloudy. But, this too shall pass.

Sue said...

I love that last line:

"Work continues between the storms."

That's what life's all about, isn't it?

=)

Barbara said...

Praying the waters wane, and that the garden grows with the hand of God's mercy upon it, God bless you.

DesertHen said...

Glad the water is draining off in your area. Waters continue to rise here! It even tried to snow this morning! Lovely shot of the rose!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Hi Gail, Things are looking good your way..now that is a nice "big" garden! :)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Wow! I just can't get over how green and lush everything is there. We're still as dry as dust.

~Lisa

Pat said...

And life goes on at the Farm!

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