Chad, Nicole and Addie are back home now. It was a good weekend with Addie. I think when she’s with her parents, they go, go, go and while she has fun doing that, I think she also likes the stay at home in your pajamas all day kinds days we have here sometimes. Saturday about noon, she decided she was going to have a pajama day since she still wasn’t dressed. I had washed the clothes she had on when she got here Friday and while I was finishing up dinner, I told Nicole that Addie’s clothes were in the dryer so she went to get them and wondered where the rest of her clothes were. Pajamas stay here and I told her Addie never got out of her pajamas on Saturday, Nicole was surprised . . mostly surprised that Addie is happy to come here even though we rarely leave the house.
Vince needed help getting that Atlas Cedar out of the front bed and into the hole in the back that he had dug.
There’s Chad, Nicole and Addie out there. Addie, of course, is supervising but Chad and Nicole got it planted.
I was in the middle of cooking so I was trying to get the best picture I could without actually walking out there. When I looked at this one . . I know you get tired of me saying how green it is here but, oh, my . . I love how green it is here. See those shrubs to the left of my compost bin . . they may be burning bush, but the landscape guy who came out when we first bought the house was going to pull all that out because he said it was dead. Jeremy said “I don’t think so!” Sure enough, it looks nice and healthy to me and helps hide the propane tank.
When we lived in MO before, I think I remember that we mostly had enough rain in the summer that we didn’t have to water much but I do remember one year when it was just bone dry all summer. I’m so hoping we get enough rain this summer to keep things at least somewhat green most of the summer. I love green!!