Monday, June 6, 2011

5 things...

Relaxing weekend of baseball and picnics. Friends come and go and I'm constantly going to the grocery store for more food. Another bread attempt and this time success. Lots of running around today. Silly errands-more baseball tonight. At least it won't be raining and I will be able to knit!
1. It's foggy here today. But, the weather forecast looks grand. Hot by Wednesday.
2. I have something special in the works with one of my pictures. I can't wait to show you all.
3. I love my alliums. I know there are haters out there of these "onions." But they bring my garden to life.
4. Ry enjoyed time with his good friend yesterday. Fishing, frog catching and of course a small fire.
5. Struggling with how to get my fourteen year old to understand the importance of studying for finals. First time through with so many exams. He has done so well all year, I don't want him to crash now.

enjoy the week everyone.

7 comments:

lucky knitter said...

Beautiful pictures Jane. Alliums have such pretty flowers. Good luck to your son with his finals.

Jess said...

I love allium, I keep meaning to plant some in my garden, but I haven't gotten around to it yet. Maybe this is the year.

kristina said...

I adore alliums. And love your photo.

K x

MadMad said...

WHO doesn't alliums?! That's crazy-talk: they are too cool to dismiss out of hand, like praying mantis and tarantulas. You just gotta love 'em. Love your pics as always. Good luck with the tests; if you learn any good strategies, let me know, because my son will be there in a couple of years, and well... it ain't gonna be pretty, that's for sure.

Rose said...

Hopefully your son's teachers won't put as much emphasis on the exam grade as you think; I know I don't and I'm an 8th grade teacher. In high school they do count for a lot, so I guess it just depends. Good luck!

RW said...

yep.
we are still there and we are 2 years further down the road.

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

Best of luck with the studying. I'll admit to not being a big fan at 14. In fact, I was a total pain.