Saturday, July 30, 2005

This is the epitome of how it has been here. HOT!!!!!!!!!! Poor chickens aren't even laying. Hope next year will be better with more eggs and less heat. This is an unusually hot summer. Posted by Picasa

One of my blue cochin hens in the hen house. Posted by Picasa

Maddie stretched out. I need to take a more recent picture because she is much bigger than this picture. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, July 17, 2005

Me at Farmer's Market this last weekend. As you can see I don't have too much to sell yet. The garden isn't as fertile as we'd like yet so hopefully next year we will have lots more to sell. Corn will be about ready in the next week or so. I do have more people who want eggs than I can supply, but it is always good to sell out every week. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

And the cat in the bathtub. If I'm looking for Olivia at night I know where to find her. Posted by Picasa

Moulin Rouge Sunflower. Isn't it beautiful. Posted by Picasa

Blue Bachelor Button. Easiest flower to grow. Posted by Picasa

Cosmos Posted by Picasa

Salpiglossis- Bolero Mix of Salvia. It's a mouthful of a name. Posted by Picasa

Lots of Larkspur. Posted by Picasa

Bells of Ireland are coming up nicely. Posted by Picasa

Ageratum. Posted by Picasa

Zinnia! I believe this is a Cut and Come again variety. Posted by Picasa

Globe Amaranth. They are just starting to pop out. They will look like little puff balls. I believe this is the Strawberry Fields variety. Posted by Picasa

Pictures of my beautiful flowers that are really starting to bloom. Here are my snapdragons. Posted by Picasa

My friend Jessica had her baby yesterday! Little Isabella! Congrats Jess and Forrest! Posted by Picasa