There's so much to do and not enough time to do it.
And thus my stitching time day after day is next to nil.
I have managed to get in a little bit of stitching on "April's Daisy". The border grows...
We've had lovely day after lovely day and the Outdoors has been my main venue of late.
There is a local glass artist who makes wonderful things including this glass flower.
A word to the wise: Nice days in April do NOT mean it is yet time to plant warm weather crops! The soil is still too cold. I bought an ornament sweet potato vine in early April and oh it has suffered through several frosty mornings - its response - it has lost most of its leaves.
I have a couple of these fern fronds - they've weathered the cold morning temperatures just fine.
We do have some Iris blooming.
I've had this Lewisia for three years now and am pleased it is blooming.
More glass art - I love this dragonfly panel.
Here's a first for me: Three over-wintered Auriculas all in bloom!
I love the blue fern-filled pots on my rustic picnic bench.
My darling little glass Ladybug.
Evey garden needs beneficial insects, right?
So I also have plenty of bees in my garden too.
I'm not sure if my Blue Bugs are beneficial or not...
And what's a garden without a cat?
The cats do not like dragonflies as they will bite if bothered.
This is my Guardian Grasshopper.
My latest garden motif - mushroom!