Friday, January 23, 2009

Tis' A FINE Friday........

71 degrees outside here.....so far.
(My Rosemary Topiary Wreath isn't looking too good is it? Blah!)

I went out and sat on the patio and soaked in some of the fresh air and sunshine.
There is NO humidity today.
Absoluty a fine day.


I'm going to have to work on that Rosemary.

I was able to get my panises planted last night.....yes, I was working in the dark!

Because I was out way to late while enjoying my day visiting at lunch with the
"Pool Ladies" and then I was off to the library to pick up some good, new books to read.

Then to top it all off I went to pick up some more of my favorite "Lady Londonderry" tea that I just ran out of, from my good friend Marsha.
So of course I had to stay and "visit and sip some tea with her."

SO I didn't get home until dark......

And the pansies just couldn't wait any longer so I had to plant them.
With the help of our "outside" yard lights of course.

All went well and now they are now currently "adjusting" to their new home.

8 comments:

Sara said...

Once again I find myself jealous of your fine weather! I think the high was 42 today and then in just kept on dropping.... I love fresh rosemary! I put it in almost every recipe and taught the kids everything is better with rosemary and garlic.

Carol Umberger said...
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Carol Umberger said...

Somehow I managed to get my password printed in my comment a minute ago, so let me try again. What a lovely garden spot you've created--it is especially appealing since the wind chill is minus 2 tonight. Let me know if you enjoy the book.

Carol Umberger
carol@carolumberger.com

The Urban Chic said...

Joyce, I so love pansies, but never had any luck with them. Love the flag.
Please stop by and pick up an award that I recieved and passing on to you and 2 others. Love and Hugs, Pat

Teresa @ Southern Touch Catering said...

Hi Joyce,
Your little garden will be the envy of us all soon. The weather has be unusually cold here is GA this year- in the teens at night for a week or more (whatd'ya say about that Al Gore?)Still, my daffodils are starting to bloom and my blue bells are peaking up from the ground already! I can't wait for the warmer weather to arrive as I am an avid gardener too. I'll just bide the time prepping my beds.
PS-Thanks for your sweet concerns about mom.
Teresa

Susie Harris said...

Loving this weather... too bad I stayed in all day. Just not use to satying up all night. Im still up and past the tired mode, ugh. I need some sleep but the kids are on the road... Sadie Hawkins..two weekends in a row~

KATHERINELLEN said...

Joyce,
Thank you for stopping by...What part of South Loisiana. nice to meet you...Your garden beatiful...Have a wonderful day..katherinellen

Denise said...

I so love Rosemary and have some planted in my garden in the front of the house..... I pulled some off yesterday and rubbed it between my fingers and it smelled soooooo good.... We have had beautiful weather but today is freezing rain and sleet! YUCK !