Photo: This little guy was hanging out in my window~
Doing some research - it’s called the “Bold Jumping Spider”! He was about an inch and a half long and it had a smile for me! ♥
Photo of a fallen robin’s egg from a Aurea Cypress in the yard… Tis a shame, but life goes on.
Photo: Please stop snowing…
My gardens can’t take it anymore…
[Taken March 18th, 2013.]
At Spring Fest 2013 @ Sussex County Fairgrounds! (Omg I’m going to be broke…)
#garden #fairgrounds #springfest #flowers #witchhazel #photo #photography #trees
My Garden: An anticipation post… This photo was taken May 9th, 2011 of my front yard walkway.
I have “Basket of Gold" alyssum, candytuft, creeping phlox, mixed herbs [thyme, oregano, and sage], a fern-foliaged tansy, daylily foliage, and various tulips blooming.
I seriously can’t wait for spring.
In my garden: the Russian Red Kale is still going strong, despite there being a buncha snow on the ground.
Must make more soup! Mmmm…
Tonight’s dinner - I made some Korean salt beef (Jang Jorim), carrot, spinach, bean sprouts and egg.
Forced bulbs - hyacinth.
One of many that are starting to bloom on my kitchen windowsill. They smell fantastic!
Red Russian Kale - harvested yesterday, Dec. 19th 2012.
Photo taken last night before it was thrown into a bubbling pot of delicious winter soup. Yum yum.
(The photo has not been altered, winter chill makes kale gorgeous!)
Photo: At the Lake Mohawk NJ German winter festival. Drank Glühwein, I am a happy girl… [not-pictured is the giant bag of awesome kettle popcorn we got. Yuuumm!]
Photo: Rescued plant from the snow outside, and turned it into a bonsai indoor plant. It’s a Pelagonium “Vancouver Centennial”, a fancy leaf Geranium.
Fall perfection. Took the dogs on a walk Saturday through Allamuchy State Park, NJ. October 20th, 2012. #fall #nature #photography #woods #trees