Hello everyone!  Sorry that I haven’t posted as much as usual.  Things just seem busy here right now.  Anyway, yesterday evening the Lord gave us this beautiful rainbow.  If you look close you can see it was a double rainbow but the one on the left is fading.  This picture was taken at the top of our driveway. 

Yesterday, we went to help Hubby on the job site.  It is coming along nicely.  After school, the girls were entertained by this guy.  He and a few of his buddies were very busy in the walnut tree.


We did get some much needed rain yesterday evening.  The garden is all in, however, the birds have already discovered it and destroyed about 1/3 of the tomato plants.  They love the tender young leaves so all that is left is the stem.  Has anyone else experienced this problem?  Any solutions?

Hubby has been working all week on my car.  He has replaced the rotors on the front and today we picked up rotors for the back.  I am so thankful he knows how to do all this.  His knowledge saves us lots of money.  Well, I will leave you ladies with a picture of the purple flowers that are blooming everywhere here.  I don’t know the name of them but we think they are beautiful.


Enjoy your day and God bless.

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  1. What a wonderful rainbow. I love the double ones. You have been busy. Not sure what to tell you about the birds and the tomato leaves. I need to get out and start weeding the carrots and onions again.

    Have a wonderful evening with your family.



  2. Hey, I just e-mailed you again. 🙂 The rainbow really is beautiful! The squirrel is so cute. McKenzie and I watched a chipmunk at Quentin’s grandpa’s house yesterday. I hope your tomato plants recover. I still haven’t planted mine yet. The guys at Napa can grind old rotors down to make them usable again for $15 each-just thought you might want to know. 🙂 Quentin is going to take my old ones in sometime.


  3. Hi Donna..
    What a beautiful rainbow and the squirrel one is sweet, too..
    I haven’t heard of birds eating tomatoes before.
    My in-laws used to put an old radio in the garden..
    Just an idea..


  4. I understand about the busy-ness. I enjoy seeing those gardening pics! I’m glad to hear that you had fun at Dollywood.



  5. The flowers are beautiful.:) Mia, Mathin, and I watched a squirrel get our homemade birdfeeder down and have himself a nice breakfast this morning. LOL. Mia wasn’t too happy about that. We use to hang up plastic bags and aluminum pie pans to keep the birds out of our garden. It seemed to work. The noise and reflection from the pans seemed to scare them.



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