Around the Yard

It’s not quite 60F and raining today.
There’s a part of me that wants to go out and get into the garden. Weeding and dividing are easier when the ground is soaked. I prefer cool, wet days in general, because I honestly prefer the ache of my joints to the burning of my skin, and also, because yellow jackets don’t seem to like a rainy day.
But there’s another part of me that thinks I need to go to the grocery, because responsible parent…
I could easily convince myself that it’s the perfect day to add some perennials and plant my annuals…
So for now, while I’m not makingΒ any decisions, I thought I’d share some photos I took around the yard.

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I’m not a good photographer, but some things are so beautiful, they can’t help but photograph well.

I hope you’re enjoying your Sunday, rain or shine!

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37 Responses to Around the Yard

  1. meANXIETYme says:

    Lovely pictures! It’s 60s and dry/overcast here. The kind of day I like because no sunburn and no heatstroke! πŸ™‚ Enjoy your plants.

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    • No sunburn is taken for granted by many, but not by us! lol πŸ™‚

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      • meANXIETYme says:

        OMG I tried to help mow the lawn yesterday and even WITH sunscreen I got all red. Luckily, nothing permanent, but it still made me feel HOT for the rest of the day (and not in a good way!).

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        • I know! I’m getting to the point where I have a summer uniform, which makes me look like an old lady gardener. Jeans and wellies, of course, but with loose-fitting, gauze-like, long-sleeved shirts and a big hat! Sunscreen doesn’t do much for me. I wore sunscreen every day in Georgia, and I still got “tan” (for me.) The first summer was a series of burns I will never get rid of.

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    I love seeing photos of spring. I know it’s coming. I know it is.

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  3. Those photos are lovely. I love the spring flowers πŸ™‚

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  4. Great shots. Well here in India the mercury is already crossing 100 F. hot as hell.

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  5. Luanne says:

    You obviously are a good photographer. These are lovely. Of course, the subjects are great in themselves, too!

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  6. Pretty posies. What are the pink climbing jobs?
    I’m Goldilocks when it comes to gardening. Not too hot, not too cold, not too windy, not too damp… It’s a good thing I grow stuff that can fend for itself.

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  7. cardamone5 says:

    Pretty.

    I spent Sunday with my family on a drive around the country, stopping at a garden center, an estate sale, a furniture store, got the car washed, and ended the outing with custard. Yum.

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  8. ouidepuis1 says:

    Responsible parents need to be happy too. I bet Kiddos will love pizza for dinner πŸ˜‰

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  9. Your not all that bad taking photos. I think you did a wonderful job with the pictures. And your garden is ready to show off from what I can see.

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  10. Oh your flowers are so gorgeous! There is something really lovely when drops of rain glisten on the petals of a flower. The last pic one is my favorite. Hope spring will be on your way soon.
    And I think that you have a pretty good eye or a great camera because your pics are exquisite.

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  11. markbialczak says:

    You’ve got beautiful bounty already, Joey. You’re weeks ahead of us in Indy. Good for you. I think photographing what’s there was great use of your Sunday. Plan the splitting and weeding and planting. It will happen, my friend. Great flower shots. You ARE a fine garden photographer. Thank you. The drops on the plant and bloom? Gorgeous.

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  12. Those are really nice pictures.

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  13. I have flower envy..

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  14. Jewels says:

    Lovely Joey…

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  15. This is the part about Washington state springs that I miss! The anticipation of everything blooming, and looking gorgeous again after winter. In S CA sh*ts always blooming….there’s no excitement or anticipation. haha!

    Your yard looks gorgeous.

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  16. Garden flowers covered in rain drops. Ahhh, just beautiful, Joey. Your tulips are particularly lovely.

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  17. LindaGHill says:

    Wow – that last flower looks like it’s trimmed with lace. Absolutely gorgeous, Joey. πŸ™‚

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