Columbine the same shade as the irises blooming right now. The nice thing about having a mostly perennial garden is looking forward to the appearance of different flowers. Each plant has its own heyday! © Rita Jacques 2018 Windsor, Ontario.
Gotta enjoy the tulips while they last! Nothing says springtime like tulips! Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2018.
It starts innocently enough, the way many soft addictions do. I tell my Mom I’ll pop by the garden centre to buy her mulch. But, while I’m there…my heart quickens and endorphins are boosted as I take in all the plants and seed packages and flowers surrounding me. I forget all about the mulch until… Continue reading If You’re Married to a Gardener…
Here’s a hyacinth for you! Welcome, spring! Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2018.
“What’s the difference between ice-cream and gelato?”, asked my sister. The waitress took a furtive look around, and whispered, “Do you want to know what the owner says?” My sister and I quickly nodded. The waitress continued, “The difference is gelato has less ice and is over-priced!” My 91-year-old mom, my sister and I had… Continue reading Birthday Gelato!
Yay! First daffodils of the season. Photo taken on a day of snow flurries, then rain, and finally the sun burst through the sky. Welcome, springtime! © Rita Jacques 2018
“I’m going to get hit one morning, I just know it.” While I’m not saying my hubby can foresee the future, he did tell me this would likely happen. Guy mentioned how cars often cut across four lanes of traffic, moving from the Expressway off-ramp to the South Service Road while he was on Lauzon… Continue reading Crash, Bang, Boom!