Ground cover is usually fast spreading. You should ask your neighbor if you could have a few snippets.Our weather feels like Seattle and Chicago had a baby.I need the sunshine AND some warmth!
I might as the "neighbor" if I ever, in all the years I've lived in this neighborhood, spied a living soul within or about the premises. Ours too. Enough already.
Snickering at the last image. We had winds like that with rain a few days ago, and there didn't seem to be any point in trying to wrestle an umbrella.
More often than not, I simply don't. I've had more than a few wrestle themselves away from me. I throw mine in the trash. ;-)
All the pictures are great. I'm not sure why I like the umbrella one so much, but I do.
Thank you. The umbrella one is ripe for many stories.
Apparently we had a week of pleasant weather in Portland... the week that T and I were out of town. Figures! Still, we don't really expect 'nice' weather around here until July. And, umbrellas? Why bother. Raincoat with a hood is so much better for a rainy climate. Cheers!
I have been looking for a decent raincoat for ages. Mail order has been failing me in that regard lately. ::sigh::
Sunshine, you are loved! And beautiful flowering trees. Sometimes chilly spring weather prolongs the bloom, which is a silver lining to the chill and the broken umbrellas. I hope we get some spring before it becomes sweltering summer, seems we skip right over that season lately.
That is a positive spun. It feels as though seasons are more erratic, much less predictable.
Hi! Your visit is much appreciated.