Spring is the time for new beginnings, right?
We have had some new beginnings over on my end.
I cut down some AWFUL bushes in my backyard (actually a really awesome brother in law did with his handy chainsaw).
He also cut down two Rhododedron bushes/trees on the side of our house. I have like 10 of them and they have never been trimmed or maintained.
I am not a tree hacker BUT they were so overgrown and blocking a huge area in our yard, not to mention beautiful light into my screened in porch.
I have plans for these areas.
I am thinking to find an awesome table or something to be a gardening table where the Rhodos were. It can back up to the side of the garage and still not block light to my screened in porch.
I love the reclaimed wood/aged look of this one
This would great in the spot
Where the ugly bushes one resided I would love to put a potager garden (box garden). I found a neat little site where I can buy the corner pieces and then you just slide the wooden boards into them. I am very excited for that.
I love the copper corners
Ahh, fresh veggies.
So, aside from a little yard work, Thanks Steve, I also started a new job and so did the hubby.
I love my new job, that was why I was MIA this whole week (I was also doing work for my summer position - I run an activity at a Day Camp called Digital Design/The Design Center.
Basically I have the girls (I do not get boys), go out and take pictures then come back to me to do a craft based around their pictures. This is my third year and I will have to show you some of the stuff we do.
So I was ordering my supplies for that as it was due yesterday.
And all the new beginnings just around me, the flowers starting to come in, the little yard animals out and about and all the lovely birds that I am fortunate to have around me.
Springtime is beautiful!
Enjoy the day!