Greetings fellow Earthlings. Dayle brought in a few flowers from our Dahlia garden. Oh my. Having these next to me is enjoyable. There is also a Double Delight rose which is very fragrant. I just did a smell test on the Dahlia and it's a good thing they are pretty as they don't smell good. LOL!
The Dahlia on the left and in back are ones we ordered from Brecks and the pretty one in front on the right is one we got for free from our neighbor at the bottom of the road we live on. I love it!
Pom pom named "Burlesca".
The bouquet Dayle brought home is doing nicely and lasting well. Pretty.
Dayle is out running errands, he dropped Mocha off at the groomer, picked up birdseed at Coastal Farm & Garden, picked up a few groceries.. AND.. went into Michaels to pick up a grapevine wreath and some copper wire for me to make a wreath out of the lavender.. and also got some ribbon for me. I would say he gets a GOLD star today! What a nice guy!
It was Caleb's turn to stay with us. He wanted to earn some $$ for his game so he dusted the TV stand, grandfather clock, china cabinet, baby grant piano, oak coffee table, mantel and antique cabinets. :-) Win-win!
Our grandson that lives in California, Gabe, and the birthday gift I had delivered to him, a Rubics cube. He made a video for me showing how fast he can solve the puzzle. :-) He's 16 now! We've gotten to see his brother Michael a few times recently for a social distance short visit.
And this was at the end of the video. Awwww.. :-) (This is not a live link, I did a screen shot of his video to show you.)
My daughter sent me the girl's school photos from last term. They are growing up! Jenna will be turning 16 and Paige 12. I enjoyed a chat with both girls a few days ago. We reminisced about the last time we were together when they came to visit last summer. I miss them. Who knows when we'll see them next.
That's pretty much it for me. I've been crocheting on Paige's lap blanket. I want to get it finished to send it to her before her birthday at the end of August. I hope all is well with you!
((hugs)), Teresa :-)