Finally Back in North Carolina!

2 Jun

On the Porch

Onisha Ellis

We made it back to our home in the mountains! I’m not sure how I accumulate so much stuff over the winter but it seems that I will be spending days unpacking.

Our grass was really high.

I was pleased to see that the pansies I planted last winter are thriving amidst the tangle of grass. Hopefully my husband will set-up the moose fountain that goes on the pedestal.

Thursday I plan to have a full blog to post. But plans are made to be changed. Lunch with friends tomorrow that I haven’t seen in 4 months!

4 Responses to “Finally Back in North Carolina!”

  1. divoran09 June 3, 2020 at 10:24 am #

    Ah weeds. My problem is that so many of them are pretty in their own way. We have 2 rabbits that come in the yard and eat them, so I can’t pull them now. There’s an absolutely gorgeous tiny vine with miniscule lily pads that grow between the cracks on our side rock path. I’ve got to find a way to transplant those so I can have more of them in that walkway. (144444444444 Thea says Hi). Plus you have to pull weeds in the early morning and I have others things to do at that time like devotions and painting. But I am glad for you to be home and your yard pictures are gorgeous.

    Love, DiVoran

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  2. ludyja June 2, 2020 at 9:46 am #

    There’s just no place like HOME!! Welcome home, and take your time unpacking!

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  3. Daniel Kemp June 2, 2020 at 9:08 am #

    Have fun 🙂

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