Here is what’s blooming, looks like a bloom or simply has a little color in my garden this month.
You’ve got lots of blooms and color there. I love your chickens. It’s amazing how much is still blooming around here.
I was surprised how much I found blooming – I really had to look too. I had to include the chickens, they’re very colorful.
okay – how CUTE are those chickens, anyway!!! They definitely count as a bloom! Nice site, too – it’s new, isn’t it? I don’t remember it looking like this. If it’s the same, please forgive me and my muddied memory….
I did move the site a couple months ago — thank you for noticing. Those are my darling roosters. I think they’re pretty cute too.
I think I want to paint your chickens. They are so fluffy and cute.
They’re kind of asking for it. heheh
I would really like to follow your blog but I seem to be hitting a total dork wall and don’t see where I can do that. Can you help me out with that? I haven’t done any “feed” stuff yet and the time I did try it didn’t seem any different then bookmarking it. Forgive my thick headedness. I usually can pass off the illusion of being savvy. Instead, total dork!
hope you don’t mine –
i have enjoyed visiting your blog.
i found it through wordpress and
the flowers are wonderful
Owning some chickens would be awesome, but my HOA wouldn’t allow it. Where did you get those colorful balls sitting in the water at? Those look neat.
I love having chickens. I will forever stay away from HOAs because I want to keep them. I got the glass balls from the Northwest Flower and Garden Show (Seattle). I recently found the vendor online and she does have an online store. I plan to get even more glass pond floats this year. http://www.glassgardensnw.com Thanks for visiting.
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