There were so many flowers blooming! I've missed the peonies and irises, but the roses are only just starting to drop a few petals. There were many new wildflowers too. Some I'd spread from a pollinator seed pack and others area seeds I'd gathered last autumn on walks that I'd cast on bare places in the garden with faith that they were surely strong if they'd grown along the side of the road. I trusted nature would do what it does. It did and up they've sprouted. I will show them to you in the coming weeks after my husband has a chance to fix whatever is going on with my external hard drive that is preventing me from uploading new photos onto my blog.
******************************* PS. Sunday morning report, good news… I only woke once in the night and slept until 7am. It is a beautiful summer morn, cool enough to open the windows for a few hours and breath in the fragrance of the world outside. I am still tired so it will probably be a rest inside day… maybe I can take a short walk through the gardens later if I'm up to it. My tummy has also been acting up, so even if I could go far on my legs, it wouldn't be wise. I'll be content to sit on the front step a while or stay in bed and enjoy the sights, sounds and scents from the window gazing over the back gardens and into the woods.