It's National nurse appreciation week. Here's my granddaughter Lynzie ( in the lab coat) ,I truly appreciate her. She studied hard to become a nurse and she works hard now .
This is Lynzie's mom (Liz) on the right ...she's a hard working nurse too. Although in this picture she is doing one of her grandfather's favorite past times...hunting mushrooms. She and her friend look like they found a few.
Here's some she found . You can see they are kind of hard to spot, growing among plants My dad would so proud of her.
These are some of the picture I took at Horton's They have inside and outside places for flowers and plants. This is where I found a tomato and banana pepper plant for Ted to put in his container garden. LOL...we are not gardeners , this is just some to grow and enjoy.
I always like the water fountain at the side doors of Horton's.
Even though I got a picture of these flowers , I didn't even look thru them.
Don't you just love this little potting shed, made of recycled woods ? I wish it were in my yard. While at Horton's. I got the veggie plants for Ted, I bought some wave petunias , a geranium ,and some marigolds. That's for now. I will be going back.
Wishing all of you a beautiful Sunday and new week. XO
Congrats to your daughter and granddaughter for being nurses. My daughter and I are nurses and I have to say it is one of the most rewarding and caring professions. Tell them thank you for being great caring nurses and to enjoy this week dedicated to them.ReplyDelete
Thank you too Kris. I knew you were a nurse, but I did not know about your daughter, that I recall. So thanks to you both for all your loving care to your patients and their families. Blessings, xoxo,love, SusieDelete
Congrats to your daughter and granddaughter for their loyalty and dedication. Nurses never get enough credit for all they do. Like I've said before I love seeing your posts about Horton's and wish we had one here. hope you have a nice week. Love and Hugs. xoReplyDelete
Thank you Susie. Love our nurses . I will need many more plants, so I will be going back to Horton's. They just always are so accommodating to the customers too. Blessings for a great new week. xoxo, Love, SusieDelete
Three cheers to Lynzie. And I love that greenhouse and potting shed and all those plants! SPRING!ReplyDelete
Jeanie, I am going to have Lynzie read the comments. I think some times our nurses need to know how must they are appreciated. Oh that little potting shed is too cute. They dress it up for every season. Blessings,xoxo, SusieDelete
Congrats to your Daughter. One of my childhood friends is a Nurse. It is a great and hard job to do.ReplyDelete
Sorry, but I also meant to add your Granddaughter in the Congrats too.ReplyDelete
Thank you Betty. We need to tell the nurses we know how much we care. Some times they are the connection between patient and family. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
I'm thankful to all the great nurses. Congratulations. That garden shed is really nice. It would be a great addition to your pretty backyard.ReplyDelete
Thank you Karen. We need our nurses. They are important.Delete
That little shed is really cute. It isn't that big either. :) Blessings for a great new week. xoxo, Susie
I love the potting shed! Its adorable.ReplyDelete
Thank you Lisa. That shed is really sweet. I should measure it, because it's tiny. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
I think we should get our handy husbands to build us potting sheds! I know they could do it!ReplyDelete
Linda, I know our husband could build us a tiny shed such as Horton's . I am wanting a pantry more, right now. LOL. So that is our next project. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Your daughter/granddaughter have my admiration, also. We usually buy a couple of pepper plants just for fun too. I would like to have a little potting shed too - use it like a reading nook!ReplyDelete
Mildred, Thank you, I am having Lynzie and her mom read all the comments.:) It should make them feel some wonderful appreciation. Ted always want the banana peppers, I never eat them. :) That shed is really tiny...they should sell tiny kits for one at the big bix stores. LOL. Blessings for a great new week. xoxo,love, SusieDelete
I have a daughter, 2 granddaughters that are nurses.ReplyDelete
Two more grands studying for being nurses...
BJ, Thank all your nurses for all of us. You are getting a family tradition started there. Blessings to all, xoxo, SusieDelete
Yes, I saw that on my calendar this morning and texted my dear friend Linda J. She is my favorite nurse. Also I'm excited as my grandson Kaleb, will be a RN at the end of this year. Can't have to many nurses in the family..ReplyDelete
Wanda, You are so nice to have appreciated your good friend. I will have to text my sweet nurses. I am glad your grandson is becoming a nurse. It is a good profession. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
My niece is a nurse, too. You have to be so proud of your daughter and granddaughter. And impressed that they know their mushrooms. Wow! Love all the flower photos and that potting shed is just sweet!!!ReplyDelete
Nonnie, Mursing is a thankless profession at times...but we know they are the ones who are there for the patients and their families. I have seen my daughter cry about some of the really sick ones. Those mushrooms are called morels...some times called sponges..I have never eaten any and never plan on it.LOL. My parents loved them. Some people call them land fish..they smell like fish frying. LOL Oh yes Nonnie, I would adore that little shed. :):) Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Here is to all of us nurses!ReplyDelete
Oh yes I salute all you wonderful nurses. My brothers used to call my daughter Liz, nurse Rachet...but then they called my daughter who teaches, Miss Crump. LOL. Hope you have a blessed week, xoxo, SusieDelete
How wonderful that Lynzie and Liz are nurses. I appreciate the kind and caring nurses very much. That is the cutest potting shed, and those red flowers caught my eye instantly. I wish I had one of those potting sheds too, Susie. Are the red ones geraniums? A cute picture of Liz hunting for the mushrooms. I am a mushroom lover, especially sautéed in butter hehehe. : )ReplyDelete
Have a good week, Susie.
Sheri, I do love my family nurses. LOL I think that shed would be the sweetest thing for anyone to have. Yes, those potted red flowers are geraniums. Oh Liz, just loves looking for mushrooms. She and her family like to eat them fried up in butter. I just can not bring myself to ever eat one...because of the tiny indented outsides where little bug and dirt can be...eewwwee. Even tho I know they are washed and then soaked over night in salt water, then washed again. Hope you are having a great spring. It is finally nice here and I am loving it. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Susie, congratulations to Lynzie. I have got to get on the ball about getting some flowers in the garden. I always wait too late and then they are all gone from the nurseries. Love that little potting shed. I wish the same as you..Happy Monday..xxoJudyReplyDelete
Judy, Thank you. I think the long draggy winter made us all wait a bit to plant any flowers. This past week was wonderful , some times hot weather...I saw the shoots of corn coming up in the fields yesterday. So I think it is a good time to plant our flowers. I am so ready too. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Congratulations to your girls for being nurses and helping others. I have a nurse in my family and a Physician Assistant. Loving those beautiful ferns I see there. We always put ferns on my front porch but I had had no time to go and buy some. I need 8 of them and usually go to Lowe's or Home depot. Loving that potting shed too. I have a potting table and I am thinking right now how that thing needs to be cleaned off! Happy Mother's Day to you Susie. Hugs and blessings, CindyReplyDelete