June has been an eventful month for us.
First we find out hubby has to have knee surgery.
Then we decide to paint the cottage
before he goes in on the 13th.
We get a good start on painting
and then the weather goes crazy.
One day the wind starts blowing then it get's hot.
Then it nearly freezes.
Storms and tornado warnings.
Hubby recovers enough to get on
and then the wind starts blowing again!
Now our temperatures
will reach the 90's.
if all goes well...we should be done by
the end of this weekend.
So while you wait
here are a few pictures for you.
The top pictures are of one of the two
rose bushes that were here on the farm
when we moved in.
I have no idea what it is but
it's a climber and only blooms once a year.
Above is a large shrub that was
also on the farm when we moved here.
In May it is covered with white blossoms.
Below is what I believe to be a
They're all over the place growing
in the lawn and in the pastures
and on the sides of the road.
Above is the wheat field across the road
from us. Next month they'll be
harvesting. I wish they'd plant
Can you imagine being surrounded
by beautiful sunflowers...
what a sight that would be
first thing in the morning!
How could you not wake up
in a good mood
when you looked out on
Below is one of the geraniums
planted in the old
hubby made for me.
If all goes well...my next post
will be pictures
newly painted little
Keeping my fingers and toes crossed.
I hope this week is a good one for you.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!