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Hello old and new friends. My blog has been inactive but I am still around. I loom-knit (and weave now, too!) but I seem to take more photos of my toddler than my crafts these days. She has that cute factor going for her. Because of this, I have started a tumblr called Tiny Taughts of our home lessons, crafts and projects. Please visit me there and I promise to come back here soon!


Monday, May 7, 2012

Come What May

I have some knitting to show you. I promise. But maybe I can distract you with some spring-y photos in the meantime.

Sensation lilac
Look, I'm a pretty, good-smelly lilac!

That was today. But a few weeks ago, the tulips and daffodils ruled the garden. 

Tulips

So overall, you would have seen this …

Hill flower garden

But I saw this …

Hill flower garden 2.0
This image is dedicated to the Snagit pro user of the house, my husband.

Every spring, I see the gaps of color and pledge to fix it. Fall comes back around and I forget about those bulbs buried deep in the soil. So I have now logged my reminder here. And THAT reminds me of these bulbs drying out in the basement …

Pretty tulips from aforementioned husband in January. Ignore the cute baby. I dare ya.

I could probably plant those in a prime spot in the front yard right now. I'll get right on that — oh lookie over here, more garden photos!

First of the tulips
First of the tulips in April

Pocahontas lilac
Pocahontas lilac

Raspberries sprouting
First year of raspberries in new garden


Last of the tulips
Last of the tulips in May

4 comments:

  1. I do that too survey the garden and not look at what is there sometimes;)

    You are making me want lilacs now!

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  2. The lilacs are our favorite. I can't wait until they are fully in bloom so we can snip a few to bring inside. :-)

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  3. Oh, they smell soooo good. I have the lilac bush that was in our yard in 1961 when we moved to Green Bay from Indiana. Dad was going to junk it in the late 70s but I rescued it and it still makes flowers for me every spring. I think it's happier in my sandy soil than the clay at the old house.

    Pretty pictures, Tanya. What baby?

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  4. Both Tyler and I grew up with lilacs, too. I just wish they bloomed longer. Ours all live just outside the window of the aforementioned baby. Lucky duck.

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