Saturday, March 28, 2015

Cute Little Birdbath for my Yard

Cleaning the craft room today
I ran across some items
that had my mind racing....

A lamp base.
Was black but I had painted
it brown.

Given to me by my daughter.


A glass lamp globe picked
up at Goodwill for
$1.99


And my special glue...
E6000
and look here, I
have a cute birdbath for the
garden.


Can't wait to get the garden ready 
and place this in the center.

Thanks for stopping in,
Pam

Friday, March 27, 2015

Purple Clover and My Yard

Grass at work has not had its first cutting
for the year yet. I noticed the
clover on the side of the parking
lot....yep, out I jumped to snap
these two pics!
 
 
Love this get down on the ground view!

 
Hosta is peeking out more and more
each day.

 
The story of this hosta is....The woman who used to
watch my kids, Pat, gave me a bunch of this from
her yard. I had it planted at my old home
and dug some up to bring with me when I
moved to this house 23 years ago. I have divided
it many times to put more around the yard and
to give away.
 
The side of the shed. Through the years this
area has had a few different looks.
Timbers and flowerbeds, bushes (one
still standing)....and other looks....
But I have plans for it this yr. First hint,
the bush is being moved!!

 
The old oak tree! LOL....actually
not that old, I planted it a few yrs after
 moved in. I find it funny that it does not
lose it's leaves in the fall, they
turn brown and leave in the spring.
Took this Wed. night, planning on taking
one every so often to see the change as
it drops it's leaves.

 
Love these border rocks....
Put these around my Crape Myrtle.
I planeted this bush the fall of
2013. Last yr it came up from the bottom...
this year, I have yet to see any signs of
it. I really hope it made it cause
this is the deep red one I always wanted.
 

 
Caleb and I spent a day cutting back
honeysuckle bushes from the side of the
creek on my side.....so nice to look out
and see the creek!
Love the moss growing on the rock.

 
Thanks for stopping in,
 

Monday, March 23, 2015

Spring Blooms

Oh spring...sweet spring how I love to
see you come in after a cold icy
winter....but I sure wished we
could tone the pollen down!
LOL





Thanks for stopping in,
Pam

Saturday Evening Fun






Bowling with Chris, his long time buds, Neal and Tracy,
Tracy's wife Nelta and Neal's girlfriend Jennifer.

Guys bowled together and us women bowled together.
Nelta is a great bowler, beat Jennifer and I all three games.
I pretty much bowl for fun...lol...
103, 107 and last game was 125!

 
After bowling we stopped by Tracy and Nelta's house
for a bon fire. Lots of down trees and limbs over the winter.
Great night to set out and watch the fire.
 









 
Course you know me....cell phone camera in hand! LOL...
 
Great evening out with friends.
 
Thanks for stopping by,
Pam

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Male Red Bird

Not really been photographing much
other than some snow pics
all winter long.

Nice to feel the camera in 
my hands again and
to catch this beauty.



Thanks for stopping in,
Pam

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Dakota

Just posting a pic of Dakota since I have not
blogged about him in a very long time.
 
This was last night, snoozing after a day at
Granny's! Tired and worn out from playing
with the girls.....Molly, Red, Cheyenne and Chole.
 
 
 
I have to laugh at him sometimes, he is so funny but he
is my best friend, my bud and I love him so much.
 
Thanks for stopping,
Pam

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Spring/Summer Door Decoration

Just when I was so over the winter weather, we were
blessed with some pretty weather Monday
and Tuesday, only to turn out cool again
today....

But I have been thinking a Spring/Summer door
decoration to help welcome the season in.
So I decided to get busy........

Pulled out some needed supplies for the project.


Now these flowers will look so pretty on my red door...
They will pop.


But what sort of container to use......
how about something like I saw on PINTEREST!

An old fashion grater!




And in a matter of minutes I have my decoration....



I love it.

Thanks for stopping in,
Pam