|Significantly taller than the|
|A downpour kind of a day in May!|
Getting it around to the front
required a furniture mover.
|And it is filling in quite nicely if I do say so myself!|
|I ALWAYS have a red, white and blue petunia bed with my Eiffel Tower. So exciting!|
|My FF HAD to have this arbor...I was indifferent. |
But I think it really completes the look nicely.
|Reclaimed street pavers from the early 20th Century.|
|My perennials are coming in oh so nicely.|
I should have turned on the fountain when taking the pictures...
|O's Grasshead...or one of them.|
|St. Anthony...as often as I lose my keys, my phone...|
And then there was the week long process of getting our patio in place.
|It was a family affair. N was helping Daddy|
load up the retaining wall blocks that were
going to be used for the border.
|My FF and his BC busting up the back porch |
|A FF, a Lt. and BC walk into a Home Depot...|
|This was a mess!|
|It has to go somewhere...|
|If you look carefully on the "Concrete Only" dumpster,|
the sign on the right states that NO concrete can be tossed in here.
So...we called "Gravel Making Materials"
|Where else does a big white fluffy dog lay, during all of this?|
In the big pile of brown dirt, of course!
|The trench is dug...|
|Poor Daddy, trying to get the traffic bond in place.|
|The girls' Zen Garden...|
|After being on our hands and knees with the PaverLink.|
|And the pay off - but Daddy was on shift, so I was lazy.|
Tombstone it is!