This is truly the latest that I have posted my month in review.
Besides being late, I'm giving you the Coles notes instead of the detailed report but maybe you won't mind that part. =)
We did get our garden planted and I'm happy to report that since this photo was taken, there is more foliage than dirt showing.
The MGCC group from this area plus Ellen from Washington State
enjoyed a beautiful lunch at Marg's home before heading to enjoy the tulip fields of the valley.
I love the look of a freshly mulched yard.
Instead of going to pick up trailer load after trailer load, this year we had 10 yards delivered and went to work to get it all done.
The front yard is at it's best when the rhodo's are blooming and the foliage is fresh.
I love creating pretty little bouquets from whatever is blooming in our yard.
The lilacs and lily of the valley have such a short bloom season but it is so wonderful to enjoy it while it lasts.
One of the highlights of the month was when this little fellow was invited to have a visit with our city mayor. Maybe it wasn't a G7 official but in my thinking, it may have accomplished more and there were not unkind words spoken during or after the meeting. Among topics of discussion between the two was how to make a decent paper airplane, they realized they both have baby cows (but h pointed to his calves and laughed like crazy). Favorite subjects in school are something they have in common (recess and PE) They also discussed why attending school is important, which made this grammie happy!
Thank you, Mayor Henry Braun, for taking time to influence a child who thinks you are the best mayor ever.
A few years ago I planted a yellow peony and this year it joined the rest of my peonies in celebrating spring.
To end this month with something beautiful, I present the dearest dancing girls.
May they always find joy in dancing in worship and praise!
I hope the remainder of June is a blessing to you!
all for now,