Monday, May 18, 2009

In a garden ...


I'll be fast at work in my garden for the next few days - working diligently on getting the ground broken on our patio project, and busy shaping the garden for new plants. Grass seed has been thrown and I've been waiting for a day like today to roll up my sleeves and get to work. I'll be back soon ... with pictures.

14 comments:

  1. Take good care of all those joints ..

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  2. Happy gardening. I love the new logo.
    Hugs, B.

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  3. I like the new logo. Very clean and polished!

    I have been gardening hours on end, too. And we are almost done building our new screen door. I will post a link when it's done. So excited!!

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  4. Don't plant for a few days! My place looks like it's decorated for Halloween tonight as there are sheets outside covering everything for a record-breaking low. Then 90s later in the week. In New England if you don't like the weather, wait a couple of hours and it will change!
    G in CT

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  5. Artie, that picture just took my breath away! What inspiration! Happy Planting! laurie

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  6. Goodie Goodie Gum Drops! I can't wait to see pictures. I know it will be amazing!

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  7. Get crackin' Artie! But how will you do all this when you have to work all day?
    Anyway, can't wait to see the fruits (or flowers) of your labors!

    Justine :o )

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  8. I can't wait to see! Wear some good gloves!

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  9. Atta boy, Artie! My goodness, your ambition is showing if that pic is your inspiration...but, you're young & very creative...so I'll be anxious to see the fab results!
    ;-) Bo

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  10. Very exciting! I know the hard work will be so enjoyed and beautiful when the project is complete!

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  11. When is the Garden Walk again Artie? Hope Mother Nature is kind and she lets you tackle the jobS at hand. Don't work toooooo hard...and be kind to your back.

    Looking forward to seeing the result of your toil 'n labour.
    Hugs -Brenda-

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  12. Oh have a wonderful time getting your hands dirty. Doesn't it feel wonderful after a long winter.

    Can't wait to see the fruits of your hard labor.

    Tricia - Avolli

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  13. We are in the same mode...relishing the outdoors and making our dreams come true!

    Hope to see all your great photos soon!

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