Well I tricked you in my last postie saying those were my flowers. Now I want to show you some of Lee's and my true flowers that are blooming now.
Our Hydrangea is beautiful. I hide in here and become a Will-o'-the-Wisp with supernatural powers to spy on my neighbors. I watch for forbidden, illegal, illicit actions.
Our Daylilies and Russian Purple Sage are at full bloom. I keep watch so the deer stay away. For the last three years the deer have eaten the Daylilies. Lee planted the Russian Purple Sage last year after being told it was a deer deterrent. Well the deer have left us alone this year. I think I, Sweet William The Scot, am the deterrent ya think? Lee thinks it is the Sage that is keeping the deer away.
Now look at the flowers behind me. They say a tree grows in Brooklyn. Well a Prickly Pear Cactus grows in Cincinnati. Last year our low was -6 degrees, we had a mild winter. Yet our cactus grows and it is one of the largest in the area.
Kylascott out there in Arizona I challenge you to show me a cactus with more flowers. Over seven hundred blooms. Yes, I counted them myself last year.
Next time I will show you what I got from Reilly and Denny over at Cowspotblog. And a big thanks to Basset Momma for giving us The Lovely Blog Award. That is our to do list.
Thanks for being a friend
Traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine.
Sweet William The Scot
Pssssssss ~ It took us 57 hours to get our music back up. The server we used was not nice and took our tune away. We had to find another way to get our music back. We did not want the music to die.