Between sunny days and rainy days.
It has gotten pretty green out there. Compare to nearly two weeks ago:
It also got a bit purple in the sky.
So let’s start from the turn of May, and observe the progression from there.
Immature leaves of different plants.
The difference two days can make…
This plant in particular can grow leaves that fast!
Yes, that’s the same one, only six days later.
Just about everything’s bloomed.
Even the pines are developing.
And to make it clear that winter is long gone, what was left of the snow officially left on April 26, thanks to rain.
Now, those wood chips couldn’t have possibly been made by the carpenter ants… right? The chips have been there for quite some time, actually.
We were visited last week by some chickens. That is, before they were called home by… a goose. And by home, I mean: across the street. Our neighbors to the west have apparently raised chickens, and those birds were briefly on our northern neighbor’s lawn and in our driveway, scratching ground.
Well, that’s it for now. I need some rest. Have a good day, dear reader.
Until next time…
The rose plant’s now taller than the visible glass of the window!