The pots are all planted, and the annuals are set out.
The bulbs are about finished, and tulips have been replaced by dahlias.
Everything is filling in, and the lush season has begun.
It's columbine time.
And yes, the glass flowers have been planted too.
The vegetable garden is planted.
The wisteria is coming into bloom right on schedule for Mother's Day.
My wonderful husband is washing windows.
The shed has been emptied and is ready for Irene and isaac to set up their garden shop business.
The tomatoes Tom started from seed are planted in a hot spot.
More tomatoes and geraniums from the green house are awaiting transportation to their destinations.
There are a few buds on the roses.
Delicate spring flowers from the garden grace the kitchen table.
With rhubarb from the garden I've just baked a cake for Sunday. We have a Sounders soccer match at the stadium Saturday afternoon. I'm expecting the whole family to be there. Then on Sunday we'll be joined by our two kids and our two grand kids to celebrate Mother's Day with ribs. Yum! And cake, of course.
We will continue to have our ups and downs, and to deal with our mixed emotions.
But in my garden all is right with the world.
Now it's time to go sit in the shade. I have a good book to read.