Friday, February 29, 2008

~A new month is on the way~

Hello Dear friends, well it is true. Feb is almost gone , and March will be making it's entrance soon. Today I went out , and pulled a few weeds from one of my flower beds . My husband and son brought me a wheelbarrow full of good soil , to go in some big pots, to plant my tomato seeds and sweet pepper seeds. So I can grow some plants, to transplant to the garden, later.

It won't be long until time for that. I'm not to good for long anymore in pulling weeds , from the flower beds. My back want hold up long, and I can't get down on my knees anymore. But, anyway I still like to try.

We had some stormy weather late this evening, but most of it passed northeast of here.
We had some thunder and lightening, and some rain , but it didnt last long.
I pray you all have a great weekend, Blessings to all ,

Love Katie


Cheryl said...

Time sure flies that's for sure. I can hardly believe my youngest will be 4 on his next birthday (in May).

I'm just not into gardening but I sure like the end results. I may have to give it a try, though.

I like a good thunder storm once in a while.

Take care, Katie. Don't over do it. You have a great weekend, too.


Shelley said...

Hi Mom, sounds like you have been busy. I know ya'll will have a wonderful garden. I know how much you love to grow things. Your yard is always so pretty every spring and summer. See you soon, Love

Karen H. said...

Good Morning Ms. Katie,
Sorry I haven't been by in a few days, but I was sickly last week and didn't do much visiting. We are to have some stormy weather today and it's going to turn cold again. We had a beautiful weekend and very nice temperatures. It got up to 73 degrees here yesterday. I've never been into Gardening myself, but I know others who do and they always have beautiful flowers and vegetables growing. I'm glad your husband and Son got you some dirt in the wheel barrow. I know that helped you out alot. Take care my friend and have a great day. May God Bless You and Yours.

Love & Hugs,
Karen H.