|Lilacs from a friend.|
This means boxing up most of his books. I'm going to keep his favorites and classics on bottom shelves since he does come home for those quite often. I will also be sorting through all the college notebooks which now reside precariously on top of the bookcase. I figure I'll put the papers into their own box for him to peruse someday.
This is my new rainy day project when I can't get outside to tackle the veggies, flora, and fauna. We had a thunderstorm come through last night and sprinkles off and on this morning. So much for planting veggie and herb seeds this morning but perhaps the soil will dry out enough by the afternoon. I can't wait until everything is planted and growing.
I haven't budgeted any flowers, yet... but I'm thinking of staying with the yellow, red, and blue theme on the deck and perhaps just red geraniums by the porch. My two very favorite garden looks are "a wild English garden" (which Hubby hates) or simply red geraniums in terra cotta planters (which he likes).
Speaking of Hubby... he's going to be working on a project this afternoon so I am going to