Dayle finished putting the cross pieces on the windmill and the boys helped move it to it's place behind the salad garden bed.
I watched in trepidation as it wobbled it's way across the yard. :-)
Ta-dah! Up and running.
I must say the rain we had in early June has everything very green and growing well.
The petunias in the pots on the garden shed are doing well and look so pretty there, and the Trumpet vine that my sister gave me from a cutting of hers is happy in this spot. Something to remember my sister Roberta by. It has never bloomed so far but maybe this summer it will.
Dayle brought in a red rose...
...and a Double Delight one during the rain.
And good news! My Hot Lips Salvia started showing it's white and I am in love with it!
I wonder if it will bloom all summer?
Some of our Lilies are in bloom, too.
And an orange one.
More Dahlias in bloom.
More Zucchini blooms!
Tonight's dinner will be garden lettuce and garlic butter sauteed shrimp on top. :-)
A bee dining in the Canterbury Bells.
The geranium with colorful leaves is bringing color to the deck.
It's fun to see the hanging baskets growing and getting more colorful by the day.
The other basket. We've purchased baskets in the past but this year we put them together ourselves and I'm enjoying our choices of flowers.
Bolivian Begonias, orange and pink.
Feeding the fishies.
Our son Travis and DIL Kristi invited us for Father's Day dinner at their house. We took the boys home and enjoyed spending time with them. Kristi made pasta with Alfredo sauce with RoTel tomatoes and shrimp for dinner. Yum! Here is their dog Ozzie. He loves me and snuggles with me on the sofa. And licked me in the ear and on my face. LOL!
I'm on my last row of purple on my shawl so should have some of the lace edging to show you on my next blog post.
We have sunshine again, so our week is looking pleasant. I hope all is well with you. Stay safe my friends, we aren't out of the Covid woods yet. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)