After 4 days of rain...we are greening up quite nicely. Spring has officially sprung with the blooming of our redbud! Paul planted this tree almost 20 years ago! One of the really neat benefits of staying in a place for a while is getting to see your landscape mature. I love anything that blooms, so we have magnolias, hydrangeas, peony of all sorts, and many perenials. Our yard is a challange as it slopes in many directions...up-down-sideways-left-right...well, it is interesting. We have deer and rabbit and raccoon, so we get our stuff eaten on a regular basis too. I have several Hawthorn bushes that I have never seen bloom, they are always eaten!
Grandson Zion came for a sleep-over Saturday. We had a great time eating out, going to a movie, going to church, eating out....in the midst of all this fun he also took a bubble bath and called me in to see his gotee (sp?) His dad has one, so now so does Zion!