March 21, 2011

Another thing to love about gardening...


One of the things I love about gardening................is that it doesn't require a friggin' password!  So said I to Color Girl a few weeks ago in the midst of yet another nasty battle that I, and my sidekick Mac, were having in our digital relationship.  Temporarily at least, Mac had the upper hand and rendered me speechless in the heat of our mutual meltdown.  No doubt you noticed my absence (or I hope you did, at any rate...)

But now, my darlings, and I say this ever so meekly (and with both my fingers and toes crossed), I think I am back in commission. After a nasty bout of restoration-from back-up-from-external hard drive-using Time Machine-gone bad,  I am gamely trying to get my digital health back and resume our little blog chats.

So, for now, a little peak at some things that have been happening in the windowbox on the front porch over the past couple of weeks.  I must say, the little daffs and violas get along much more companionably with the cabbage and kale than I have been getting along with my computer.


















Oh, and thanks so much to those who inquired about my absence. Such warm and fuzzy words and thoughts.  :)

5 comments:

  1. Really a beautiful garden........
    The captured are nice and fabulous.Can i know some information about Garden furniture from your blog.I want to know from Rattan and teak which one is best.

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  2. Oh, that window box is gorgeous! I can almost feel the fresh air blowing through my computer! Welcome back!

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  3. I did notice your absence and was so happy to see a post from you this morning. Beautiful photos - I love that windowbox!

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  4. Thank heaven you are back!! Your computer glitch has upset my morning coffee for more than a week! I am so glad your window boxes, pork stews,miscellaneous tips and every now and again mascara advice are part of my routine again.
    XO
    Suzanne

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  5. I did miss you! So glad you are back and sharing beautiful pictures of spring in Oklahoma....my favorite season there...not to mention all your other interesting tid bits!

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