It was a lovely garden morning – my favourite meadowrue is blooming and the sun was trying to shine.
I came across a morning glory blooming in the dirt pile beside my garage.
When I was on my way to the lake a few days’ ago, I stepped into the car to discover this grasshopper on my windshield. He stayed there for ages – when I was stopped at a red light, I took a picture of him. It isn’t the best photo, but I got kind of attached to the little critter as he journeyed along with me.
Once out at the lake, I was busy visiting and only took this one photograph of my parents hollyhocks. They are not as tall as in years past, most likely because of all the cool and rainy weather we had in spring.
Now it is time to get back to putting more flowers on the garage wall. I have almost finished the wisteria vines … it is taking ages, but I will get them done. Lytton, my big, brown dog, loves to help, usually managing to knock over my oil paints a few times before settling down for a long nap. He makes me laugh.