Maybe by Christmas I'll get it right. What needs to be changed here is the ribbon on the greenery. Next time I run to town I'll buy a spool of red ribbon and tie a bow. That would look better?
All this time I've been thinking it was the cedar that makes the best scent for the house, but after cutting these pine limbs, wow! it smelled like opening a bottle of Pinesol. A truck load needs to be hauled in here!
I am trying my best to take it easy for a few days, hoping my back and leg pain will go away. Shuffling through these ankle deep leaves in the back yard, while the rake stands leaning against a tree is not easy.
This was yesterday while Eli was out in the back yard getting a little exercise, and while I sat on the bench wringing my hands and thinking about how I needed to be raking.
and looking up, waaay up into the tree tops I remembered when Poppy's Mother came to spend a weekend with us. When she arrived, her first comment about our place was, "I've never seen such tall old trees around a place". It's true. The trees are not the biggest but they surely are tall.
You may remember my post about the Hickory tree. Poppy says this tree would be a hundred feet tall.
This was around 7:00 am this morning. Fog along with a pink sky. Wonder what that means? Well, what a bunch of mixed stuff I've posted here...sort of tells you how my mind works lately. :)
Thank you for looking in. Hope to be back soon.