My daughter Karen, the real gardener of the family, found a Monarch caterpillar , in her garden..
A cocoon too...so she left them . Knowing we need to save the Monarch.
I found a beautiful butterfly feeding in one of my flowerbeds.
These are the blackeyed Susans that I brought here from when we lived in town. They struggle but survive. I need to transplant them .
Here are the marigolds I planted from seeds.
I also planted some of those seeds near a container of yellow marigolds.
Looking back at the house this morning at 6 :30 , after deciding to get pictures early .
It was cool and calm outside, so I walked to the road to look toward the east. I have enjoyed the few days of cooler mornings here. I think each day is a gift. Having freedom, a home and being able to get out and about.
Oh I thought you would like a couple more pictures of one of my most loved gifts. Great grandson Luke, eating a lunch of spaghetti.
The next evening having it warmed up , must have been a total bore, for it was lights out at the dinner table. :):) Bless his sweet heart.
Hope all of you are loving your weekend. Please be safe. XO