He's in ICU and it doesn't look good.
Yesterday I finished two days of testing. I have an appointment with my Cardiologist on the 3rd to learn the results. Thank you all for your continued prayers that all the tests will come back good.
This is the end of August but it has been feeling like fall around here for the past few weeks. Our temps have taken a dive and I am finding my green beans are rotting before they mature. I'm praying for more sunny days so the crops can ripen. I brought all my Epi's (Orchid Cactus) in this morning. Too much rain will rot them fast. The sun has come out today though and I am hoping to get the lawn mowed and beans picked.Have a blessed week end!
Looking through my bean patch, over my tiny garden, to the little flower garden I call my 'Sugar Lump' to the fence and rose garden and on to my sisters garden next door. I love fun pictures like this. If you enlarge it you will see all the cucumber blossoms and maybe even a few squash. I took this one a few days ago when the rain stopped for a few minutes.
The Crocosmia are blooming nicely right now. And even though orange is not my favorite color it sure brings the yard to life now that most everything else is spent. I found bulbs for yellow ones this year and expect they will begin blooming next year. I still want to find some red ones. They are taller and just gorgeous!
Just look at this perfect rose bud. I started this one way back around 1996 from a rose my son gave me. This plant has been a delightful surprise, blooming from May till it freezes, and it is loaded with flowers!
Ok-ok I know there are lots of weeds growing in my garden. This low growing one is called purslane and is edible if you enjoy the flavor of dirt. That is what it tastes like to me. I think the bean vine growing around my little garden tool is so cute I just had to show you. Bean's aren't choosy about where they vine. I have some growing on my back deck, vining around the back of my Bistro chairs.
The tiny viola's are blooming in my gravel again. They reseed so easily and apparently the seed pods pop and shoot seeds in every direction because they are growing all over out there.
This one made me smile. Doesn't it look like it's grinning?
I had to reschedule my tests because I came down with the creepin'crud on Saturday morning. We will try again next week.
I hope you are all having a great week.
Remember to pray for our troops and our wonderful USA!
I call this my Schoolgirl rose because the mother plant was growing beside a neighbors house and I saw it every day when I went to and from school. The neighbors have been gone a long time and so is their little white cottage. But the rose is still growing wild and wonderful in what is now a field. I got a start and here she is growing on my back fence. I think she's beautiful.
Did you ever get snapped at by a dragon? Neither have I but if I do I'd hope it's this kind. See the brave little bug crawling down to say howdy?'
This is an interesting plant and I don't have a clue what it's name is. The yellow flower is much smaller than seen and grows in clusters at the tip of the stems which are around 2' tall. The leaves are a maroon color.
Here's a cute couple. Kitty says, "I don't care if your ears are so much bigger than mine, I love you anyhow!" Oh dear Lord, let us all love one another with this sweet kind of love."