|Playing with our new kittens all summer!|
Then taking them out to the garden so they can be my helpers.
Do they look like they're ready to help out in the garden?
I'm looking forward to asking Cindy at My Corner of Katy (next to my school!) what these gorgeous flowers are. (Then begging her for a cutting)
Knowing her green thumb, they are probably Icelandic Poppies and she's figured out a way to get them to grow in Texas. LOL
I'm looking forward to adding flowers and plants to my own cottage garden. If you don't have a cottage garden you should try it!
I've never been one for flowers, but I must say if you find native and easy to grow flowers, the rewards are immeasurable.
And the last thing:
Getting to visit my 50 Nifty Garden Friends (and others!) and leaving comments. During the school year that is the one part of blogging I can't maintain. The school kids come first and I have to put my time into their lessons.
But during the summer, I get to visit all those other garden blogs! Hurray!
Year 31 is done! Happy Summer, my students.
I'm headed out to the garden now!
Thanks for stopping by.