Bienvenue l’été

4 May, 2009
Rat Fink

Although I don’t really know where the spring went. It’s like we bypassed it altogether. This was the coldest April I can remember; my daffodils bloomed one Sunday, and they were frozen dead the next morning. Nice.

But there are signs of summer in my yard…

More tulips on an early Sunday morning
More tulips on an early Sunday morning
Dass some huge yummy rhubarb.
Dass some huge yummy rhubarb.
Sure. Walk in the garden.
Sure. Walk in the garden.

I guess I’m ready for summer to get here. Much to do over the next four months. Much to do.

FO

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Stein
Stein
4 May, 2009 7:57 am

Mmmmmm, rhubarb…. Quite possibly the most sour (yet sweet) veggie ever. Do you think you could spare some for jam? Maybe some crunch pie?

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BoomR
BoomR
4 May, 2009 4:07 pm

What **IS** it with dogs who feel the need to nose through gardens like that??!! Annie & Duke are forever stepping foot in the garden around the pool looking for lordy-only-knows-what!

On a completely unrelated subject, are you using WordPress for your blog? I have to start blogging now for work (that’s how we deliver informal updates/info to all our call centers world-wide). I just logged into our system & when I saw WordPress, that rang a bell…

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Greg
Greg
4 May, 2009 5:07 pm

I’d have to pass on the rhubarb–looks like someone ate it already! Blech!!!!

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Greg
Greg
4 May, 2009 6:02 pm

I think I may hurl!

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