The bees are so neat!
We have a local soda bottling company here that makes a pretty sweet black cherry soda as well. I bought a bunch (assorted flavors) to put in goody bags for out-of-town guests for my daughter's wedding. Always love seeing your journal with your art-girl stuff next to it. Happy Monday. And, yes, let's meet this side of heaven.
I want to come watch you make stuff! Or make stuff with you! And, you're so lucky that you had a HOT DAY!!!!We'll meet some day...like I said, I'm comin' to your house...
Such wonderful pictures. . . your outside work looks delightful. Adore Morning Glories!!!
Waaahooo! I've missed your posts <3
yay - a portrait of your new bees. they look very busy and happy. i love the mending fences post. i want to sit under that tree and read forever.
* i mean, "mending fences PICTURE." ;) it's still early for me....
a blessed week, for sure!
I love your bees and your eggs and your fence... How sweet...
Good morning, Jodi! So amazing about your new bee keeping adventure! Something I've always been interested in learning more about. And do you keep chickens, too? We were talking around the table last night about keeping chickens if we ever get to make a move to the country. Love your list!
Great pictures and things to be grateful for. I love morning glories be prepared to have lots of them, and I'll take that grapefruit Izze on the shelf.
This makes my heart happy.
Love the pictures. That black cherry soda sounds great. I haven't had one in many years. Blessings
I have been inspired to keep chickens ever since I saw this fancy coop on Heather Bullard's blog. You have to see this!http://heatherbullard.typepad.com/heather_bullard_collectio/2010/03/our-chicken-coop.html
your photos make me sigh with delight... love that flower mug with the paints... it looks like a scene from beatrix potter. did you ever see the masterpiece theatre they did about her in the 80's? with holly aird as young beatrix? it was wonderful, i've looked for it everywhere and can't find it except as part of a list on the masterpiece page. wish they would replay it... here's the link to the archive page, for what it's worth:The Tale of Beatrix Potter
I love seeing the "Grandpa Ott" petunia seeds...I planted those last year, and happily discovered volunteers coming back this year! Eggs and honey and "plein air" art and wooden fences...these are the things dreams are made of!Blessings!(I still am amazed everytime I find something we have in common!)
Isn't life good! I love to see the bees.......
What a beautiful pictorial gratitude list.
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