Granny Pam

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Not so Wordless Wednesday

I checked over the yard and garden Tuesday, after our last heavy rain. Papa and I worked hard to finish replacing the edging on the hollyhock bed, and it looks fine.

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I am glad to have this job done, it wasn’t an easy one. By Monday night, the garden had started to dry out a bit. By that I mean that the mud didn’t have puddles on top of it.

Tuesday morning all that changed around.

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There was mud on the mud with water on top!

Sadly, much of my lawn is that way, too. I don’t know how long it may take for this mess do dry up or drain away.

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The one good think is the Rhubarb, it seems to love the mud:

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Look on the right, it is doing fine, as are the Raspberries at the other end of the row. We need a breeze, and some dry weather this week!


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Granny lives in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. I like genealogical research, gardening, cool weather, spending time with my family, and bluegrass music.

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One Response to “Not so Wordless Wednesday”

  1. tipper says:

    It’s really green and pretty-even if it is WET!!

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