As Bill and I had our coffee this morning, the sun rose to tell us what the day ahead would be like. What a beauty. The forecast says sunny, mid-80's, breezy gorgeous day to play outside. We are going to the lake this afternoon to spend some time with our son and his family and Bill's brother and wife who are all camping at the same campground west of us. Maybe we will get a chance to wet a line.
Check out the bold color happening in my planter. This is the second burst of blooms coming from my Snapdragons. They just pop!
The hollyhocks by the barn are starting to show off. At one time, all of these were yellow. I'm always amazed when they revert back to their mother color of white. The rose colored ones were thrown there last fall by my grandson wanting to surprise me. I love it. He got the seeds from old seed that lay in the bottom of my seedbox. Soooooo...
Now I call this rose colored bloom Sy's Surprise Hollyhock.
See what I mean? This was yellow when planted but has reverted.
I'm not sure where this one came from or how it got it's color, but I rather like it peeking from behind the yellow ones trying to crowd her out.
Enough of my chit-chat about barn bloomers. I have already made potato salad for the picnic but now I need to make brownies before the house heats up with sunshine.
Have a gorgeous day.
So it goes at my little piece of heaven.
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