I painted some old riding boots, and they could be yours! I’m auctioning them off on Ebay. They are entirely decorative, perfect for a conversation piece, or the centerpiece at a race-day party, a polo match, or even just a horse crazy kid’s party.
My clematis comes in for the winter and blooms in February. It’s delightful.
I was grocery shopping. I was hungry. I brought home a new orchid.
You might not know I’m a real estate agent, and this comes with some unique opportunities. Not the least of which is getting to see so much beautiful light while showing or working on a listing.
I photographed some holly bushes at 214 Donmore Rd with my Broker a few weeks ago. So much to love about this place. If you know someone who would love to live on 5 tranquil acres in Great Falls, shoot me an email!
I haven’t played with the Rebel very much this summer. I feel like time is going far too quickly, plus there have been a lot of changes and life is always so busy.
It’s funny, though, because my deck garden is doing better than ever before. Not that there is a lot of food growing on it this year–just a few herbs and my jalapenos. But all the plants are so happy this year. Purple basil from the grocery store turned into an absolute bush. Silvermound and purple salvia have taken over my problematic half whiskey barrel planter (problematic because it filled with water routinely).
Last winter my rosemary wintered over in the guest room, and it’s still a bush. Plus the little planter I arranged last year is doing well. Except for the succulent in it which my squirrels ate. Yeah….I don’t know why they did that. They’ve left the jalapenos alone this year, though. Small mercies.