Monday, April 6, 2009

I worked all day in the garden






While the sun was shining and it was nearly 70 degrees I found my Hosta's peeking out of the ground. I think they were wondering if it was safe to come up. I can't wait to start planting. But first I must get all the gardens ready. I have to do it all very carefully as the hostas and peonies and other little plants are popping up all over the place. I see the squirrels have re-arranged my tulips and daffs. LOL Well my muscles are in need of a long soak in the tub so I am off to dream about flowers that are soon to follow.

9 comments:

Snap said...

I love working in the garden. There is just something about digging in the dirt that makes my soul sing! The squirrels rearrange things here, too.

Shellmo said...

It looks beautiful - hope you got some rest after a hard day's work!
P.S. I like your blog music - very soothing!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

What beautiful flowers so early in spring! It'll be months before we "see" any 70 degree weather in Michigan but it sure is fun to see what's happening in the warmer climates of the world!

Thanks for visiting! It's always a huge pleasure to hear from you! Have a wonderful day!

Laurie said...

Oh I can't wait to get into mine, yesterday we had another snow storm, and all my new buds are covered in white. I anticipate Spring, but am beginning to think it's a figment of my imagination!!

wendy said...

what beautiful quilting, I hope to try to do more crazy quilting, it's so pretty. I can't believe you've had 70 degree weather, we are still getting snow today, although I see my daffodils poking their heads up at my side door.
Have a relaxing day and thank you for stopping by my blog.

Joy said...

Sharon, your photos are so beautiful. I hope it is indeed safe for the hostas, although I think they can withstand a lot. ;o)
Your Teddy is such a pretty boy, by the way.

p.s. I added some ATC information to the post that I wrote the other day that I think will answer your questions. :o)

Merry said...

What beautiful flowers. I used to grow Fuschias when I lived down in Sydney. Too warm for them here in the tropics.

Pearl said...

Gorgeous!!

Ginaagain said...

Wasn't the sun lovely? I barely sat down for three days. We tilled up new borders and planted trees. Today it's cold and drippy and every muscle in my body hurts but I'm content.