A friend is one that knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts what you have become, and still, gently allows you to grow. ~ William Shakespeare
Those dogs are surely plotting some mischief! Just look at those faces!
@Monkeywrangler ~ Amen to that! They're probably plotting how to get out of the fence ... again. Sam has gotten so adapt at that little trick, I call him Houdini. ~:)
LOL, "The Terrorist!!"--shaking my head. Very pretty Hydrangena. (however you want to spell it, lol.)-Blessings
It did make me smile and I needed that today. The hydrangea is lovely and the pups are doing what I want to do...lay in the sun and nap!
@Simply Linda ~ Don't feel bad, I had to look up Hydrangena! *ha ha* And they are little "terrorists", especially to our furry tree rats.@Linda ~ I'm so glad the post helped you smile. Remember, a smile increases our Face Value. Hope the mammo was pleasant and there's no problems found. God bless. ~:)
Your hydrangea is beautiful. I love them. I'm not sure we can grow them here. I may have to check it out. Your "terrorists" are so cute. You have a great day. We're sunny and warm today too. A welcome relief from the cold.
@Carol B. ~ After this last (long) winter I'll bet y'all are just sick of cold weather. I can empathise. The terrorists where only resting between, well, terrorizing something! *lol*Thanks for the kind comments. ~:)
This is the second time I've seen a beautiful hydrangea today. Simply beautiful. I wish I didn't have such packed soil. My house sits at the bottom of a little incline and all the water runs off. I can't even grow grass. My mama's yard was beautiful!
I found a poppy in my garden that has a small bud. I planted them I think two years ago or was it last year??? It takes some plants more time to bloom.Love hydrangea's all colors.
I have my hydrangea from Grandmother's funeral and will take it with me when I leave the farm. Did you know you could use Epsom salts as well? Probably cheaper too.
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