Somewhere in mid-March, I had become convinced that it would never get warm, the snow would never melt, the flowers would never bloom. Therefore, I have been somewhat reluctant to really complain about uncomfortable weather, and we have had a few humid days. But on those sunny, dry days, it's just incredible to have warm weather.
Roses in the yard.
Rose campion in the front yard
No idea but it's in the front of the house too.
I think this is a flying ant. Way too small to be a bee.
I found a birdbath I liked and also snagged that rainbow windspinner too. Back yard.
We were at Olson's Garden Center in Wareham and I spied this gazing ball and couldn't take my eyes off it. They actually have a beautiful selection of them; very unique ones and not your basic blue, green & silver. Russell asked if I wanted it and I eagerly nodded so he got it for me.
My triple spinning rainbow was really shredded and faded, so I replaced it. I like these colours a lot.
Deck's a little crazy at the mo.
Half of this tree was dead so I clipped off all the dead branches and now the tree looks really messed up and I had to move all the chimes and stuff. And since I took this pic, I had to lop off 3 more dead branches so the chimes had to get moved.
I have no idea what this is but I just love the colour!
The next 3 pics of flowers were taken outside the British Beer Company in Sandwich.
Aren't these fun? I got them at the Christmas Tree Shop in Sagamore. I might even frame the napkin.
My old pink flamingos were in the yard 365 days a year and had faded to light pink, so I got a new pair.
On Sunday, I went for a walk into town and saw this guy on a fire hydrant in our neighbourhood.
I love this purple clematis on a neighbour's mailbox.
Time is going by a little bit too fast though. I'm in no hurry for winter to be upon us again.