Thursday, June 30, 2016

Another beautiful morning here in southeast Lower Michigan, glory and praise to our heavenly Father!

Cooler nights and eighties but still dry, dry in our area. Lawns are brown and (I'm hearing) flowers are dying. Praise God our corn, cukes, tomatoes, basil, rosemary, sage, cilantro, chili peppers, sweet red peppers, petunias, vincas, daiseys, turtleheads, garden phlox, grasses, plum tree, pear tree, burning bushes, and Rose of Sharons all are doing well. We put some split rail fencing out front near the drive and will add some color perhaps this weekend. Also, we're doing a thin planter box which will sit against the house adding color (and hiding the ugly skirting) along the south wall. Otherwise, the fourth of July is Monday meaning a long weekend from work and obnoxious thundering evening loud boomings and pops from the local yokels.

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