Spring – What I Think of {Part 7}

Floral, button-up shirts. Pretty, and pretty comfortable. πŸ™‚ Not to mention that they practically scream, “spring”! Oh, and did I mention that all of them were thrifted? It’s the way to do it, I think.
Bokeh. That is all.
Peacock feathers. Not just because they’re peacock feathers. ‘Cause that’s a pretty awesome reason in and of itself. But because they display my favorite color– green– in such a lovely way. Ah….

Spring – What I Think of {Part 3}

IMG_3294Vegetable garden.

I am so thankful for the hard work my siblings and mom have put into our garden– God willing, we will have anΒ abundance of fresh produce in the next few months. πŸ™‚ We’ve already had our first harvest of our micro greens (lettuce), some spinach, and mulberries. Hopefully we’ll have plenty of tomatoes and onions, because those are favorites around here.

Today, I got in the garden and put some stuff down to help the plants be more healthy. I’m not exactly an expert on such things, so hopefully I did it correctly and there will be no adverse effects. πŸ˜‰

Yard Work

…Woah! It’s been *so* long since I blogged! Sorry ’bout that! I’ve just been extremely busy. Life has been full— over-flowing, really. But, hey, I’m not complaining! Busy is better than bored. πŸ˜‰ This is the first of (hopefully) a series of posts—- my way of trying to make-up for being such a terrible blogger. πŸ˜‰ I hope you enjoy!

Lately we’ve been doing a lot of yard work. Here, Phoebe works on re-doing one of the flower beds, in which we hope to plant a mini garden.
After we weeded it, but before the mulching and planting. Sadly, I never took a real “after” photo. πŸ˜›
Two hard workers— and yes, I did help them. But I was taking photos during my break. πŸ˜‰
We also re-did the front flower beds by weeding them (it was over-grown with jasmine), mulching them and then planting surprise lilies. Aren’t they lovely?! πŸ™‚ Needless to say, we were quite proud of our hard efforts!Β 
A lovely sunset at our “homestead”. πŸ˜‰