Greetings and holykisses,
Once again, storms rolled over Arkansas last night. The weather has been so strange. Yesterday it was chilly all day long and it didn't even feel like tornadoes. But things can change quickly.
This morning, it's warm and beautiful.
I took my camera outdoors when I did all the chores and inspected my flowers.
One of the toads was outside of her abode: Big Daddy's ole work boots. We have two toads that live in them now. Both, live in one boot...- not separately. Kinda cute huh? I was going to reach in and take a picture of the other one but I try not to bother them too much.
This one's a chunk isn't she? I'd say she's definitely getting enough to eat, or else she's fixin to calve any day now. ;)
Myguy helped me get a water garden started over the weekend. I've never had one before other than our goldfish/koi pond that the puddleducks have taken over.
Hopefully, this little water garden will be safe. They can't get in it, but could definitely mess it up if they find it. (Let's hope they don't find it.) If they do; there may be a "FREE PUDDLE DUCKS" sign at thee end of our driveway.
I planted two water lilies and another plant that I cannot for the life of me remember the name.
And... still haven't decided what to do with the rebar that the faucet is attached to? Bend it and hang something from it...., attach a flag to it, .... or cut it off at the faucet so it doesn't show at all? Time will tell; but I didn't want to cut if off until I was sure.
Surely, the hose will be covered by morning glories soon don't you think?
If you water garden please drop me a line. I'd love to know what you grow!