|So how would you like this job? Pine trees seem to be the first to go in storms. We had so many that were severed from the top and had to go. Our entire neighborhood smells like Christmas. However, it sounds like a massacre in town. |
|All we have heard are chain saws starting in the early morning and going til night.|
|We are very grateful though! In the grand scheme of things, it is just a lot of work and money for the clean up. But none of that means anything, when you hear of all the other devastation, Alabama, Mississippi, the list goes on this season. |
|A few of my blog friends told me I was featured on Houzz again...this birdhouse Mike gave me last year for Mothers day. I was thankful nothing happened to it during the storm, it is very special. How about seeing our garden on happier days?|
|New Andirondak chairs this year. We finally bought some decent ones.|
|This was when things first started blooming this season..looked so pretty.|
|My friend gave me these rubber boots to give to Jack, I decided they looked good next to the flowers for now.|
|My beautiful clematis, that I do absolutely nothing to each year.|
|I could sure use a nap after all the work we have been doing to clean up around here lately.|
Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
Thank you so much for all you kind words, thoughts and prayers. They sure meant a lot to us!
Show and tell with Cindy
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