Wednesday as I came out of the subway shop. There were men working on the courthouse. Putting a sealer on the limestone above the windows. This is going to take some time. Oh I went to the sub shop for a coffee after going to the "Dr" nurse practitioner.
This is Thursday afternoon. By evening we were having some mild storms.
This is the clematis this morning. It seems to have loved the sunny days and last nights rain.
Porch plants , the wind has worked them over. :)
I am so ready for some mild days outside.
Lynzie sent me this photo of Max. He is showing off his new found attraction...a clump of dirt. LOL He is loving it. For a minute I thought he had followed the dog too closely. You all know how young kids can be when outdoors. Nothing is beyond belief.
I am wishing all of you a great weekend. Please be safe if you are in the line of storms. XO
LOL on what you thought Luke might have picked up! He sure is a cutie. I hope you are feeling better. Your Clematis is gorgeous. Take care and have a nice Friday. xoxoReplyDelete
Mildred, I am feeling better hopefully only another week of this to be well. I love the color of our clematis, mommy's favorite color. Oh yes, I would be afraid what all Max would pick up outside. LOL . Blessings to you Mildred for a lovely weekend, xoxo,love, SusieDelete
Hahaha! Our little Jack actually ate a little dog poop when he was toddling around. It freaked Amy out, but apparently he's no worse for the wear. Such a cute little guy is your Max! That clematis is jut gorgeous! Wow! I can never get petunias to work around here. Have a nice weekend.ReplyDelete
Oh Nonnie, You know exactly what I thought was in Max's hand. Poor Jack. Who knows what our children eat when we aren't looking. I know that Brock ate part of a lady bug, because he handed me 1/2 of one and was spitting...he was about the age Max is right now. I love how very hardy this clematis has been. I think it needs a bigger trellis. . Blessings to you this weekend. Stay safe. xoxo, SusieDelete
Your flowers sure are beautiful! We had storms last night and more rain headed our way later today!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I would like to plant more but the weather just has not helped. Well and this cold I have. Blessings to you and your family. xoxo, SusieDelete
We had some crazy storms last night - I slept like a baby! Your flowers look wonderful - my clematis' are all just starting to put out tiny buds.ReplyDelete
Debby, I turned the fan on in the bedroom and slept better last night. Once your clematis takes good root ...they are pretty hardy plants. Blessings for the weekend, don't forget to take breaks.I know you will be planting xoxo, SusieDelete
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LOL- Glad Max just had a clump of DIRT in his hand. lol Your flowers are just beautiful, Susie. I am glad your clematis is thriving in spite of your weather this spring.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great weekend- xo Diana
Diana, I just stepped outside and it's actually chilly. We had had a cool down since todays rain. Never know what to wear. Oh Max just makes me smile. He's happy and dancing all the time or so curious about things. I wish I lived closer so I could see that sweet family more. But now I have this cold and can't be around the baby. Hope your weekend little boy is fun. He is growing fast. I miss your writing about SC 's adventures. Blessings to all of you, xoxo, SusieDelete
p.s. I miss our Emma so much.
Flowers are beautiful and I believe we are in for some storms all weekend.ReplyDelete
Carol, Please be safe. I think our area has had plenty enough rain and we are in for a rainy weekend. :( Hope you have had some good days too. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
I really love petunias and clematis and the color purple! Hope you get some sun this weekend! My daughter would find pretty rocks and pop them in her mouth like a life saver. lolReplyDelete
Karen, Purple was my mom's absolute favorite color. Dad used to says , " She has 30 pairs of pants, 20 are purple and the rest are white." That would make mommy laugh everytime. Yikes, eating rocks...makes my teeth hurt thinking about it. I think they eat things we do not even know about. LOL. Blessings for a great weekend, I think you will have rain too. xoxo, SusieDelete
Your Max of is such a boy! That won't be the last time he plays with good old fashioned dirt!ReplyDelete
Linda, I am surprised Max didn't have a taste of it. LOL I am going to have to try and post some of his videos. Lynzie sent one last night...it made me laugh and cry. Hope you and LD are having a fun time , getting things done and enjoying the ranch too. Blessings to you, love, xoxo, SusieDelete
The rains have made your flowers bloom nicely, Susie. Look at those vibrant colors! Little Max looks adorable, and he grows every time I see him. Boys find the simplest things to make them happy, just like Max found this clump of dirt hahaha.ReplyDelete
Have a pleasant weekend, Susie. I know you are longing for nice weather, so I hope you get it soon.
Sheri, I do love the pretty colors of my flowers. I am not done planting my containers. This past week being sick with a cold has slowed my plans. :) Oh I love watching Max grow...He's so much fun. Learning to talk more. Thank you for the good wishes. I hope your weekend is a good one also Blessings to you and your family, love xoxo, SusieDelete
I think the long warm spring has us believing summer is beyond our reach. I have plants growing, and in gardens I have many new plants. All of this gives me joy!ReplyDelete
Blondie, All this rain...I am sure it's not needed here in our area...but all the rain and the high temps made things grow here. Ted will need to mow twice when it dries up enough .LOL Glad you are loving your gardens. You will have double duty with two homes to tend. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Oh my goodness, Susie, Max is so incredibly cute. Can you stand it? Your clematis is gorgeous. I need to plant one somewhere in our yard. xoReplyDelete
Nancy, I just want to squeeze my little ones when I see them. They are really entertaining. LOL I am thinking I may have Ted make a much bigger trellis for our clematis next year. I think you would love one in your yard. They come in many pretty colors. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Your flowers are beautiful.. Max is adorable...Love the Clematis.. have one that is just getting started..ReplyDelete
Thank you Missy. I had a clematis by the shed and it was in sun all day long and did not last...But I think Ted weeds to closely at times. LOL. This clematis is on the east side of the house and is not in the afternoon sun. I hope yours does well. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Lol! It's always amazing how children are entertained by the simplest things...and thankfully not from the dog!ReplyDelete
I never realized they had to seal limestone...what a huge job!
Your flowers are gorgeous!
Happy Saturday, Susie!
Linda, It's fun to see how little ones think. They are fun to watch. When you see them learning it's just amazing to me. Max is learning to talk. The thing about our courthouse...it's called moisture proving...hope it works. Years ago it was sand blasted and I think it removed some chinking. Blessings for a fun weekend, xoxo, SusieDelete
OOO, Max is so cute, I just want to kiss him....ReplyDelete
Oh me too BJ. I just never see those little fellows enough. Last week was the first time Layla ran into my arms and let me just hold her while she laid her head on my shoulder...it just touched my heart. Hugs to you honey. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Little Max is so adorable. Love your Clematis. Wow a beauty. Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Hi Kris, I just can get enough of watching max learn and discover. This clump of dirt just made me laugh. I think I need a heavier trellis for the clematis. It's so big this year. So far this week has been too wet . I am really tired of all the rains. Hope you are staying calm for your big move. Blessings to all of you, xoxo, SusieDelete
I need to prove read better...I meant I can Not get enough of Max.Delete