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Saturday, July 17, 2010

Another Late Friday In The Garden

Yesterday was crazy. Ginny had her dental work done, and came through it OK. She is eating some greens now, and I was told she has eaten some hay (haven't seen it myself). Unfortunately, this vet decided she couldn't do anything about the lump on her lip. She does, however, think that the Boston vet may be able to. First we have to fatten her back up, though (Ginny, not the vet).

Then I took First Daughter to her riding lesson, where this guy, named Dart, tried to eat my sketch book. It now has horse slobber on it. 


Then we went to Sturbridge Village to pick up a friend of First Daughter for a weekend visit, back home for a quick walk in the garden, off across town to pick up another friend arriving on a bus, home to feed them veggies from the farm that Second Daughter is working at, and watch some spectacular lightening. The lightening storm caused them to abandon plans for walking to the ice cream store, so I took them to the grocery to buy ice cream. I left them arguing about who could be Jo, Amy, Meg (but not Beth), and since they are not awake yet, I assume that went on for awhile. Today we will visit Orchard House, Home of Louisa May Alcott.

On that quick walk in the garden, I saw that the pears are getting bigger.


The blackberries are starting to need picking.


The Laura Phlox is in full bloom. Love that color!


And it is in front of the Rose Of Sharon that is starting to blossom. This is a white, double-flowered variety.


Around here we also call it the "Dirty Handkerchief Shrub", because on the second day those beautiful, white flowers look more like dirty, crumpled tissues! Very unfortunate, but the shrub is happy here, so it stays, at least for now.

Tomorrow I am off to Maine, with Second Daughter. We are spending several days visiting colleges. See you when we get back. Have a happy weekend, everybun!

3 comments:

Silver said...

Ankles just came back from New Hampshire!
She says she only saw two horses the whole time, and NO rabbits!
Can you imagine?

Michelle May said...

Glad Ginny's dental procedure went well. Whew!
Love the pears and the berries. Makes me hungry.
I have the same bushes in my front yard. Mine are more pink. The bee's love them.

Katie :o) said...

Good luck fattening up your vet :o))))