Yesterday I was admiring this mystery plant that I grew. I didn’t know what kind it was yet.
Today a storm took the plant out. I didn’t know what kind it was yet.
My friend told me the purple lovelies are delphiniums and they love being pruned, so I made a bouquet. Who knew I could grow delpiniums?
I don’t mean to brag, but I found a lacey black & white butterfly.
The oak bench finally died. (After several guests thought they were the first ones to break it this month. Tee hee.)
It’s not every day you happen upon a car in two pieces so I took a pic.
The bunting was hung with care or, um, at least with staples. I love this time of year.
I saw our family only in elk form. (Sorry for the terrible picture. I only had my old iPhone on me).
I found the world’s tiniest fork in a glass of wine. My. Favorite. Picture. Ever.
And there’s my week in a blog post. Thank you, dear friend for stopping by. I can’t wait to see what next week brings.
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The Old Hen
Deanna’s love for baking and cooking began as she sat upon a baker’s stool as a little girl. Her love for people grew in the midst of church potlucks. She expresses her loves today creatively through speaking, writing for her foodie blog as well as hosting guests, including celebrities, at her award-winning B&B in Snoqualmie Valley, Washington.