I hope all who participated in the A to Z Challenge had a good time, made new friends and became reacquainted with old ones.
It took some doing, what with spring arriving (which meant pleasant mornings weeding and prunning) but I did manage to finish the first round of edits to my book A Piece of the Sky. Now on to second round. Here's my messy work area which I submit as proof.
It's kind of amazing I got it done what with yard work, running errand, and generally being lazy.
One of several weed piles. Hubby takes care of all the plants - watering, planting, fertilizing, etc. I weed, prune, and work with rocks... we make a good team.
Left to right: Pavonia, brown-eyed Susan, horse mint, standing cypress, purple cone flower, in the back on the trellis, a purple morning glory. Behind the Cone flowers, a purple sage. (Do we like purple or what?)
In the tropics we call it coral shower, in Texas it's queen's wreath.
More brown-eyed susans and corn flower - volunteers.
More cone flowers and yarrow putting on buds, with rain gauge waiting patiently.
Honeysuckle and, on the fence, clematis aka leather cap. We have a total of nine different kinds of vines in our yard. I'm in charge of vining and pruning - except for the ivy, Hubby and I have to work together on that one!
Today I'm thankful for, what else? SPRING! As Eloise would say, Ooooooooooo I absolutely LOVE spring!
What are you thankful for? Been working on any writing projects? Working in the yard? Do you like to weed and/or prune? And tell me, how do you feel about vines? :)