The White House

The White House

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Quick Post

The sun is actually shining today. Kind of hard to believe. I sure hope it lasts. I'm only inside because I have to feed children. One of those motherly duties that can't be ignored. While bacon is frying I'm making a quick post... multitasking. Then it's back outside to work on the never-ending projects.

Last night Cody came up with his family.

Hard to believe he now has a baby of his own. 

Cody and Homer built a dock for in the pond and then we relaxed around the fire.

Trudy's mom came up with them. Asa was here, too, and they were in the pool for awhile, but for some reason I missed getting photos of them.


Here are some photos from this morning proving we actually have sun!! :)











Homer is busy hauling gravel.... I'm really missing him on Sunday's, but this project can't last forever. Right? Okay...kids fed. Time to get back out and enjoy the day.

8 comments:

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

OMG - Gayle, your yard is stunning! I know it's a lot of hard work, but it really pays off. Gorgeous!

Nancy J said...

Look at all those bright flowers, I do like the rocks around each bed.Yes, I agree with Kim, lots of such hard work,and there for such a short time.Enjoy their beauty. Cheers, Jean

gpc said...

Your yard is really beautiful I hope you find many more hours this season to enjoy it with family and friends!

FlowerLady said...

WOW! Your gardens are lovely. The hard work has paid off.

FlowerLady

Patty said...

I'm finding it hard to believe Cody is a daddy too!

Lori Skoog said...

What a beautiful day. Your gardens look spectacular!

Bonnie said...

Your yard is just stunning!! I too get tired of the work that needs to be put into it..yesterday the pressure washer and I were friends while I cleaned the front deck and front of the house from webs. I am truly lucky that the kids just play while Mom works. I did take them in to the city for the airshow after and well Dad has to work right?

Praying for your family as well.

sue in mexico mo said...

I loved seeing your GREEN grass! We are in such a drought here in Missouri that there is no green grass.