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Christmas Was great
Category: Just me, myself and I | Posted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 2:35 am
As I have mentioned several times, and am sure to mention several more times. I am newly married and this was my second Christmas with my husband, first as an actual married couple. We had a wonderful day together , and look forward to many more to come. My girls were with us this year, i share custody with my ex-husband, who is a wonderful man, and father. And I had my parents and my step children over for dinner, even though it is weird to call them that when they are as old as they are. My husband is 17 years my senior (i am 29) so my "step kids" are 16 and 22. lol
It was great to have Christmas dinner in my own house. Maybe one day if you guys like i will show you all the work we have done on the house, in between telling you about my gardening projects. I invited my mother-in-law to join the stew so maybe you will get to meet her soon, she is a wonderful person. So i hope my New Years goes as well as my Christmas.
"HAPPY NEW YEAR" TO ALL OF YOU OUT THERE AROUND THE WORLD.
See you in the new year.
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It's not supposed to be this warm.
Category: My journey into Gardening | Posted: Tue Dec 18, 2007 7:06 pm
Ok so i'm very disappointed I planted a whole slew of bulbs back in october and the Anemones I planted (due to the extended warm weather) have started to grow. So needless to say I probably won't have any in the spring. The other bulbs thank goodness have not shown themselves.
On one of these unusually warm Dec. days my husband started on the privet along our other fence. We found some ceder saplings so we left them for now. He really wants some sort of privacy plant, so I think we will move them in the spring. Leaving room between each for some other type of plant like a Hydrangea, remember I love them. I know they grow slow but they smell so nice a look very pretty.
We will tackle the privet stumps then too. I want him to just pop for a stump grinder to come out, but we will cross that bridge when we get to it.
I am still weighing all my options about the wall that I want a vine on, and I think it is driving him nuts. He keeps on with Virginia Creeper, but i'm trying to get away from invasive plants. The yard needs lots of work and I don't want to add more work by having to keep plants in check, more than I have too. Well I hope all of your Christmases are jolly and bright.
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