Project 2012 -- Week 18
April 29 - May 5
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My Week 18 Photos
I took a ton of photos this past week! I had such a hard time choosing my favorites. I decided to share a sample of what we did all week long.
First of all, the guys worked in my garden, laying down newspaper and covering it with grass. We're trying to get all the grassy pathways covered up so no one has to weed-whack the garden area. It's no fun, according to my young men, and I totally agree with them.
 Garden workers
We scared Mr. and Mrs. Mallard out of our pool when we went out back, and I caught them waiting on the neighbor's roof.
 Ducks on the roof
Lots of rain last week meant lots of neat after-the-rain photos! Below are two of my favorites.
 Coral bells after the rain
 Almost time to bloom
Danny was inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society (for two-year colleges) one evening last week, and my parents attended the ceremony with us. :)
 Honor student
Danny drove me to The Growing Place, a nursery I'd never been to but had to now out of necessity--my favorite local nursery went out of business. This new nursery did not disappoint; the below photo is a teeny-tiny part of the entire place. It was huge and they carried all sorts of flowers, vegetables, and herbs, plus trees, bushes, and other landscaping material. I had time constraints and didn't spend a lot of time there, but I'm definitely going back!
 The Growing Place
I bought just a few items to supplement the vegetable order I placed with my friend Becki. I got some onion sets, rosemary, and cilantro, and some bush bean seeds. I also splurged and got a little pack of marigolds to plant around my bush beans.
 Goodies to plant
I'm so excited about planting my veggie garden this year! I was able to quickly plan out what to plant where. Now, I just have to wait for a sunny afternoon and guys to help work in the compost. That's a post for next week. :)
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