Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Tax Day

We filed a couple of months ago.
No long lines to stand in that way.
Taking care of the taxes early reduces stress.



I am outside today.
It is sunny and 58 degrees.
The wind is blowing out of the northwest.
I expect more spring rains will come in.

I am aware of the Honey bees.
I want to follow them back to their hive.

The white tulips are in bloom.
The Moon Garden is planted with white flowers.

6 comments:

tumblewords said...

Beautiful photos! We had another inch of snow overnight but it's melted, now. I am so anxious for color and warm! You are well, now? Hope so...

Cheryl said...

Lovely bee Sherry, I wonder how far he came to visit your garden.
I love white flowers, your tulips are so pure. I would love to see your moon garden, it must be magical.

smilnsigh said...

I'm so glad you are having lovely weather and tulips.

M-N

Q said...

Dear Sue,
I do feel much, much better! I did not have the energy last Friday to do slide show. Did not have many pictures from the week and the creative juice was turned off!
Oh darnit on snow. We had some on Sunday! Glad yours has melted. May! We are all looking forward to May!
I shall pop over and hopefully read a few poems! I have been out of the loop for awhile.
I shall fix a cup of tea and be right over.
Sherry

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
Thank you. I was windering that too. I have lots of Honey Bees in the yard. I liked the pollen bread on her leg!
They are so cute.
My moon garden is small. It has a small pond in it. The birds use the pond as a big bird bath. It has all sorts of white flowers, roses and daffodils and the white tulips. These are an old heirloom variety from the 1920's. Last year the tulips were nipped by the week of freezing temperatures. I was not sure they would recoup. I left every ounce of foliage on, even though it was limp. I am glad to report my white tulips are doing just fine!
It is magical! I do like this garden spot..

Q said...

Dear Mari-Nanci,
Since Spring is dancing in so slowly I am able to enjoy each and every little change in the gardens.
The pink and red tulips are just now beginning to bud.
Sherry