Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Today is my one year blogiversery.
[ok, who's going to sweep up the confetti? What? No volunteers? I have to do everything around here, don't I? Grumble. I got the confetti. I threw the confetti and now I get to sweep up the confetti. Who knew a blogiversery would be so much work?]
Last year, my first post, I showed my house as it was before I started to garden.
Now it looks like this.
It's good to go back and see the progress I've made. It's so easy for me to see what needs to be done. That section that needs to fill in, those shrubs that are too large for their spot, the annuals that are done with for the year but I haven't done anything with...
But stopping and looking back allows me to see where I have made progress. Like this view into the side yard.
To celebrate my one year blogiversery, my second summer in this new house, in this new zone, in this new climate! I put down my roots and hung my heron sculpture. I guess I'm here to stay (for a while at least).
Posted by Diana at Garden on the Edge at 5:06 AM