Thursday, May 18, 2006

Ready to roll

People up a bit earlier today, mom raring to get out for her walk. Lovely sunshine, breeze, and the neighbor who has a little rose garden along her retaining wall is starting to get some blooms. The bushes get full sun and are backed by a darkish cement wall, so they're already popping. We keep smelling them in hopes of a pleasant reward, but oddly, these early ones aren't very fragrant.
A low key day.
Back to Europe Central.

3 Comments:

Blogger windspike said...

My goodness, we are having another Seattle Style day here - rain? Unheard of this time of year. Global warming on the march, I suppose.

3:37 PM  
Blogger KathyR said...

The roses have been busting out all over around here. Gorgeous. The orange-y ones are my favorites.

I don't have any roses myself. Too many bugs and deer to eat them and I don't really have a rosy kind of house anyway. I just enjoy other people's efforts.

5:17 PM  
Blogger isabelita said...

It sort of rained here this afternoon, spike. Tornado warnings to the east, supposedly. Definitely global warming stuff.

kathy, my paternal grandmother had a bunch of roses in her garden. I helped her do rose maintenance, and I don't ever want to do that again. but I will enjoy others' roses, too!

6:09 PM  

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