Monday, August 25, 2008

Off to Ohio

Well, I'm leaving for Ohio in the norning to await the arrival of Kandra's baby and stay a while to help out. I'm really excited to go but I'm kind of sad that when I come home, our yard, which has benefitted from the wonderful rains this summer, will most likely have had frosts and won't be lovely like now. So in order that I don't have withdrawals while I'm away, I'm posting more pictures that I can look at and remember. .

Pretty Pennstemon

Fragrant Phlox

Bold Black-eyed Susan

Perennial pansies

Dazzling Daylily


ClayandAmeeHensley said...

Yours is the one yard that can still look gorgeous in the dead of

Aunt Tiff said...

you have the most beautiful yard! I love driving by it!! I agree with always looks good no matter what time of year:)

bdrain said...

I am jealous of all the varieties of flowers you can have and your yard is always so beautiful. Think of winter as a reprieve so you can be motivated in the spring. I have a hard time in Mesa because we never have a break and working in the yard in June and July isn't too fun and the only flowers that will grow then are vincas.