I’m sitting in our lovely garden, listening to the birds, smelling the newly blossomed roses and watching the sea planes overhead fly away toward the San Juan Islands. It’s yet another perfect day – clear, cloudless, warm, breezy and yummy. AND I’m actually working at the same time! D is very clever and has extended our wifi so that it covers pretty much the whole property.
So…MacBook Pro, iPhone, a little sunscreen and I’m all set to do updates on our stock photo website without missing a second of sunshine.
p.s. sure beats the years I spent toiling in a windowless office as a marketing exec in a hollywood agency…
First round of the summer tournament played
Columbines planted in the woodland garden
The first David Austin roses blooming
Allium christophii bursting forth with little stars
Lots of photos taken
Allium aflatunenense Purple Sensation
I’ve spent much of the last two days scrambling to water and shelter the plants that have just started rebounding from the harsher-than-normal winter. It’s been beautifully sunny for weeks now, with barely a passing cloud. But in the last 48 hours, we’ve broken records with the heat and it’s shocking how fast the ground dries out and plants begin to whither.