Sunday, May 30, 2010

Out of My Rear Window 5/30/10



It's a gorgeous day, and I plan on enjoying it to the hilt. Nothing special, just plenty of outside time. This next picture is still out of my rear window, just a little different view, of my pot garden, which is coming along nicely.

10 comments:

Sharon said...

Looks so inviting!

I have a short screen, and as I read the paragraph just below the back yard... I read about your "pot garden".... I didn't see the picture yet.... you have to know what flashed through my mind ;)

Have a great day!

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

things are greening up nicely
summer is only a sniff away now!

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I love doing pots of plants in the summer too but unfortunately I always forget to water them--I'm such an attentive gardener!! :-)) Hope you're having an enjoyable weekend!!

AJ-OAKS said...

Okay Louise, I have to say you have me laughing. When I read the part about the pot garden, well, my first thought was, a marijuana garden! My first thought was really? Then when I saw the pic of your pot garden that's when the laughter really came out. Thanks for a good hearty laugh today!

Louise said...

Hah! Gosh, I'm such an innocent! I never gave a thought to what the alternative meaning to pot garden was. I think my plants are much prettier. ;-D

Terry said...

This is kind of like your pot comments - we went to lunch with friends today, and they asked me about my stupid back. "Do you have drugs"? "Oh, yes" I replied, "I have really good drugs". It took me a while to figure out why people were staring at me.

Cat said...

I suppose "pot garden" could have two meanings... I kind of assumed it was the legal one, being it was on your blog. Anyway, I must say, the flowers look like they enjoy where they are! Lovely!

Cat

AJ-OAKS said...

The only reason marijuana came to mind is because here just about anyone can get a medical marijuana card and either smoke the stuff or grow it. Not to mention all the illegal activity concerning it. Heck, some people grow it in our National Forests, then when the authorities find it, the news talks about it.
And no doubt about it, your plants are much, much prettier and I am sure smell a whole lot nicer!

Tina said...

I love your pot garden and I had innocent thoughts about that one

Upupaepops said...

well she IS and "olde hippie"

warm sunshine here even in eastern WA usually good for warmer temps it was 50 at 11am. Good enough, hiking was a pleasure

but really we had no winter but spring is not amounting to much.

sunshine, at least, would be welcome