Yes we got snow this morning, Not a lot, maybe half an inch to an inch but it was certainly enough to cool my feverish desire to get out and pull weeds and play in my gardens like I did yesterday! Temp was around 38 degrees. I had a hot drink and went back to bed!
I started my Ttuberous Begonias in the house the end of February and this sweet little thing decided to bloom for me even though it is still in the house. Isn't it pretty?
My Great Grandson' birthday took us to a ranch in the mountains. He is four now and a darling little guy. There were a lot of people there. I was able to escape for a while to take a little walk with my camera. Above is a view looking into the woods. Enlarge to see better.
There are some fruit trees on one side of the big house. This one has a lot of Moss and lichen hanging on it. I used to think this wasn't good for the trees but according to Master Gardner Cisco, it doesn't hurt them at all. Nice to know since my old Gravenstein Apple tree has an abundance of green moss covering the huge branches.
A sunset. This picture was found in my parents photo's. I think it is awesome.
An update for those interested. My 16th great grand baby was born on April 6th. His name is Colton Ray. You may remember last year at this time Colton's mommy lost a baby girl, Lillian Isabella who died before she was born. Needless to say we have all been very concerned about this pregnancy, but thank our merciful Lord, Little Colton and his mommy are doing just fine. I saw him the day he was born and am looking forward to having some time with him again. Great Grandma's arms need to hold a baby. LOL I will get permission to post pictures.
My friend John has several appointments coming up, one will be a biopsy to determine whether he actually has bone cancer or if it is just calcium deposits. They can look identical in the X-Rays.
Of course we are praying there is no cancer. Thank you for praying with us.
I pray you are all doing well. God bless you.
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