Last week started with a visit to Myrtle beach South Carolina to stay a few days with grand girls and Son and his wife.
Was a fine home not far from the beach and the end we stayed on was quiet unlike the south end where all of the shopping mostly is and boardwalk. Very crowded. Liked the idea of a short drive there and then back to the peaceful area we stayed.
Kids ready for the sun.
Our bedroom downstairs had this nice living area with t.v. and one upstairs as well.
Tis true for me
early breakfast of cereal
Right after breakfast the girls would hit the pool first with their mom
Nice front porch. I am on the opposite in the rocker taking pictures. Beautiful weather the whole time we were here.
My camera was foggy from being in the air condition and not adjusted to the outside air when I snapped this of Steve heading to the beach. I like the way the picture looks.
Sounds of the beach. I miss it.
Here the girls find Angel Wings.
A storm was brewing and we were heading back to the golf cart to get to the house in time. You can see the sky is very dark ahead. Genevieve is running.
She is running for the cart until she spots another shell and starts coming back. Not good.
Returned Friday from a week long vacation and much needed I should say. Will have some photos of that later. But upon returning I see the plants thrived well while I was gone. Glad that it rained several times or they would have been in trouble.
I am now just catching up with new posts from everyone.
Sunflowers I started from seed few months back have grown like weeds.
I like planting them here as I can view them from upstairs window.
Planter with peppers and patio tomatoes are also doing well. Okra coming along nicely in the planter.
These small planting areas have gone crazy with growth. Crowded but I have picked several cukes. The squash in here are blooming.
This squash is in our front yard. I love the large leaves. Several squash on the vine.
I can always count on my black eyed Susans for color. Hardy plants.
Giant Sunflower bud. No one could paint a sunflower like Van Gogh.
"I am working with the enthusiasm of a man from Marseilles eating bouillabaisse, which shouldn't come as a surprise to you because I am busy painting huge sunflowers."