Snowball bush

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Some of you all might remember this picture from last year.  Last year’s post was titled “Snowball bloom” because it only had one bloom on it.  This year it looks like this.

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It has lots and lots of bloom on it. 

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Today is foggy here.  Very damp.  I was hoping to hang clothes outside on the line to dry but I don’t think that is going to happen.  It is fairly warm though-55 degrees.  We are working on school this morning.  Then I have an appointment to get two tires put on the car and get an inspection sticker.  I guess that will fill up my afternoon.  By the time I get back it will be time for supper.  We are having homemade soup this evening with grilled cheese sandwiches.  I used the remainder of the  pork that I cooked Saturday for the soup.  the girls and I are having chocolate gravy for lunch.  It is one of their favorites. 

Well, it is time for me to go check math problems.  I hope you all have a great day and God bless.

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6 thoughts on “Snowball bush

  1. Oh my, does that bring back memories. My great grandmother had a purple one. I love snowball bushes. Chocolate gravy is a favorite around here too but I haven’t made it in a long time. I forgot about it!I hope you have a great day.

    Blessings,
    Tiffany

  2. Your snowball bush is so pretty. I love the picture with the geese in the background-beautiful!!

    I didn’t hang clothes out because it looked like it was going to rain all day but it never did!

    Quentin went to the tire place that you told him about and they only charged him $5! He felt bad and gave him $10 instead. I don’t know why we bother going to Christiansburg for car stuff. He has another tire with a nail all the way through it that he will need to let them fix. I guess being on the road for 3 hours a day 5 days a week is hard on tires.

    The kids keep saying they can’t wait to go to Dollywood so they can spend some time with Grace and Julie. Maybe we can get a hike in before then!

    Talk to you soon.

    :)Vicki

  3. Oh my, I miss the snowball bush we had so much now! We took it out when we added on to the house and were in such addition frenzy that I couldn’t transplant it.
    i hope that your foot is doing better. Wow, I couldn’t imagine the damages with no shoe…or a sandal!

    Great work on the house! Talk about no crawl space! Yikes!
    Have a great day in the Lord,
    Susan

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