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2019, Clouds, Flowers, Garden, Gardening, Habitat, Home, Home Gardening, Impressions, Life, Living Life, Memorial Garden, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Moment, Morning Sun, Nature, Photography, Rememberance, Spring, Terrace, Uncategorized

Memorial Garden In The Morning Before Memorial Day

Hi All,

I was able to get my morning glory seeds planted and took some aerial views of all the pots from the terrace with some pictures of the apartment complex landscaping.

My garden is designed to be habitat for the wildlife that comes to visit this populated area. A safe place to nest for birds, ducks & rabbits. It’s not always appealing to everyone but to me it means hope that even in a metropolis location like Minneapolis there’s a place for wildlife too.

Keep on believing that there’s hope in the Spring. I wish all find peace & comfort tomorrow as we celebrate the lives of all those we’ve lost. A special prayer for all that lost loved ones to battles or peace keeping engagements.

Clouds with pink highlights

Cloudscape

Willow is leafing out well

Beautiful greens blues & sand colors all you need for an excellent painting.

Blue sky & clouds covers my portion of the world

Begonias have some sunflower seedlings too

Seedling starter containers for sunflower plants in the view

3 more duck eggs in the nest

New wild flower seedlings

Sunflower seedlings coming up well for the song birds & pollinators

Overhead view of peony & bush here when I moved in bees love this bush

About Miss

Enjoy working with everything related to computers. I have wanted to work with computers as a tool for Health Care since I was in High School and now I'm living the dream. My first love has always been reading. I was a regular at the Spring Valley Library reading all things romance. "This Rough Magic" by Mary Stewart was the first story I became lost in. Now my favorite author is Nora Roberts with my second love J.D. Robb. This blog is to celebrate the great stories, authors and readers that make up romance and mystery in literature today.

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