Monday, May 28, 2007


Liza and I went to the Cleveland Botanical Garden's flower show. It was hot. The flowers were pretty.
Liza enjoyed the children's garden ...... but not getting shot in the crotch by a fountain.

Jason went to China for a week, and all he brought back was this lousy dress for our daughter (you can tell she hates it).

Jason and I finally will have something about with my relatives at the family reunion - zucchini, Early Girl tomatoes, Better Boy tomatoes, sweet corn, cucumbers, brussels sprouts, broccoli, red peppers, jalapenos, cilantro, rosemary, yellow onions, nasturtiums, and marigolds. And two pales of peat moss, three bags of garden soil, a bag of vermiculite, two bags of sand, a bag of manure, and $30 worth of Trex decking. All in four square feet, plus one big honking pot for the zucchini.

My plan to get Liza to stop spitting water/food/milk/spit all over the place at every meal is finally working - she gets a temporary tattoo if she makes it through the whole day without spitting. Today she got her first tatt. Awww ....


Anonymous said...

Hmmm... congratulations on Liza's first tatoo! May she acquire many more tatoos?

Anonymous said...

The columbine (red and white flower in the second photo) do very well in my yard. With your shade from your glorious trees, you should also try some of the columbine. The yellow columbine work best for me. Your mileage may vary.