In My Garden Today...


Before...


..after.


Before...


...after.


Morning...


...night.


Do you see?
look underneath...


...we have a problem.


The wee girl is in bed, and I'm exhausted.


It's the end...


...of a very...


...lovely day.

13 comments:

found and sewn said...

Looks beautiful. I love the photo with the chickens hiding under the beench.

Kimmie said...

What a beautiful home and yard you have. Thank you for sharing your beauty with me.

Kimmie
mama to 8
one homemade and 7 adopted

Samantha said...

What lovely pictures. Our chickens love roosting on my outdoor setting, we even built them a lovely new yard.

Anne Marie said...

looks like great moments captured...love the chicken under the bed - that's hilarious -

and are those kale chips I see?? yum!! try them salted on popcorn -

red ticking said...

hi darling... sorry i have been so bad with the blog world lately... but i do miss you and hope you are doing great... and i would love to come for coffee, treats and a nice long chat....... xoxo

red ticking said...

i just looked it up... i can be there in 2 hours and 11 min!!! one day i am coming to see you... xx

Vintage Home said...

...you are a sweet momma and a smarty pants creative hard working farmer...love your work Heather!

julieann said...

Oh.. Im glad im not alone. Our chicks are always on the deck. I got them their own chair for the lawn so they would stay off of mine. It actully worked. I love my girls but not there little droppings. Beautiful photos, I wish my garden were better this year but we had a terrible time getting things to start. I guess Ill just live thru yours. :)

Edins House said...

I always love your photos Heather!
Victoria

Iniyaal said...

Lovely photos.. Farm life is so beautiful, and your photos capture the joy and fun of it.

Maija said...

It does look like it was a glorious day!

Landbohaven said...

Gode billeder.
Jeg kan rigtig godt li` billedet af fjerkræet.
Tak for kigget.

Lori E said...

I am thrilled to find another local blogger. I came to you via Fraser Valley Pulse.
I can't wait to hit the road and come visit your farm.
Lavender in the jam...always listen to the goat!!!!