Monday, May 18, 2015

Spring Evening................

The honeysuckles are beginning to bloom and this evening as I walked Rascal along the creek the smell was divine.  Approaching flood stage, the creek is starting to get more turbulent and choke cherries are sprouting all over the place after their bad haircut.  The air was crisp and chilly but the weatherman has assured us that we won't have frost tonight - good!  I put out a sweet pea and one petunia thinking maybe I'd chance it.

An update on the transfusion.  It seemed to give Leonard a little more energy.

Hope things are peaceful where you live.                     Diane

4 comments:

Pondside said...

I haven't seen choke cherries for years. My mum used to have us pick them every summer and she'd make wine from them. Some of her choke cherry wine was used at the toast at our wedding.
I'm glad to hear that the transfusion seems to have helped.

Laurie said...

Hello Diane, I had a message from Blog Lovin' and was so happy I did, as I was able to get back on your blog. I haven't been able to access mine for over a year! I've gone back through several pages of your posts, and find beauty in every one. My prayers are being said for Les, and also for you. I hope to be able to access your beautiful blog again, til then, Blessings.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Love the photo. All is peaceful here now,but the weekend was nasty as far a weather was concerned.

Kit said...

Glad to hear he is feeling better. :) We have a couple of robins building a nest in our Juniper. I hope it works for them. I will have to be on the lookout for squirrels to protect the eggs. Take care, Kit