We have been enjoying a quiet weekend. Dave is in training for his first race of the season, a time trial in the local area. He cycled the course yesterday on a recon mission and just now left for an easy recovery ride this morning.
Gorgeous weather! Flower beds are planted!
I took advantage of the lovely days we’ve had lately and got the plants in the ground.
In front of our rig, just about right outside the door. Doesn’t look like much now, but give it a few weeks. Should be some nice splashes of color.
Dianthus which returned from last year
New Shasta Daisy and Marigolds
Now and then we hear, either directly or indirectly, compliments on the grounds from folks in the area – people who live nearby and/or drive past the property; my flower beds, the fact that we keep the grounds neat. This is so nice to hear, both from a personal standpoint and the fact that it reflects well on the company for keeping the grounds maintained and not becoming an eyesore. Being a good neighbor and all that. Yeah, I get a kick out of hearing how people enjoy the flowers, flamingos and our cycling frog lawn decoration.
We were told there is an opening at the Massachusetts location; however, we opted to stay here. We appreciate the opportunity, but going someplace with colder Winters and more snow . . . just can’t get enthused about that. Besides, we’re comfortably set up here and are looking forward to some of the happenings that may be taking place at this location.
Clean the bathroom and vacuum or mow? Clean the bathroom and vacuum or mow? Decisions, decisions . . . sure is a nice day. Perhaps I can have the best of both worlds and do both. Don’t see why not. Perhaps I’ll go do the cleaning while Dave is away and then mow later while he is doing some weedeating out front.
Do any of you other gals out there find it’s easier to clean house when the man is away? That was a recent topic of conversation with a couple of my girlfriends. Our answer, definitely yes!
Today is National Cancer Survivors Day. Go hug a survivor!
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