Here are a few photos taken from my garden today after the rain stopped. The first one is of my two peony bushes which I transplanted last fall. The one on the right is the peony bushes and behind that is a snowball bush almost ready to start blooming and on the arbor is my clematis which has started growing at the beginning of May. When it blooms the flowers are a very dark purple almost black. The last photo on the left here is of my 4 o'clocks. This bush attracts the humming birds and of course, like every garden I have an assortment of weeds aka wildflowers untamed.
Sharon Craven was our hostess for this past Friday afternoon of stitching. Cheryl and I spent the afternoon going through Sharon's cross stitch magazines and patterns and choosing all the different projects which will keep us busy for a lifetime LOL. Catherine worked diligently on her sampler and Sharon's friend Kathy from Frankford came out stitched with us as well. Sharon's home is in a beautiful location on a wooded lot, I could get used to living in the wilderness if I had a house like hers, although at night it might be different. I guess it is what you get used to living in the country.