Tuesday, February 18, 2014


It is in the 60's, but very wet in the back yard.
 Got the mulch back around the Azaleas and the leaves raked up
there was ice under some of the leaves in the shade.
 Poor Camellia kept it's buds in all the freezing snow and ice, will they bloom
do you think?
This Purple Coral Bell I hope will come back, it still has green around the bottom.
 The yard looks some better, The Bennie was getting the front and side yard raked up.
Now we  will go in and have fresh baked Oatmeal and Raisin cookies and tea. 


Simply Linda said...

My goodness, what is the temp? (big smiles & tinkling laughter)--here it is barely 30 with wc 14* & snow. BTW, I picked up the same boots from the Tractor store, unfort..I had to take them back, I couldn't stand them on my leg. (the feel)-- LOL--SILLY I know. Thank you for making me smile. Blessings (yum..cookies & tea!!)

Anonymous said...

It is 74 here today. Our yard is very wet too! Glad you could get outside. Your cookies and tea will taste especially good.

White Lace and Promises said...

Our yard is already dry after the ice storm, but I picked up limbs all morning and can hardly move a muscle.

Country Gal said...

WOOHOO !! for your warmer temps and sunshine . It will be warming up here to and raining by Thursday so with a bit of luck our snow will be right down . Come on spring . Thanks for sharing ,oh cookies look YUMMY ! Have a good week !

Maggie Ann said...

The 60's sound sooo good! And the oatmeal cookies and tea all ready! It makes me smile to think of it. We have coral bells and they are really hardy. Soon you will be taking those pictures to make into puzzles! =). I took a few to do that with this morning. (not of flowers though))