Father's day seems a lot further away than just a week ago. The weather cooperated and we enjoyed our evening meal outside on the patio.
Monday flowers once again. We are starting to have local flowers, grown by my sister's in-laws, to put into bouquets. It makes a difference in the whimsy.
These yellow bouquets were just so cheery!
I went INSIDE the library for the first time since March. It was different -- so quiet, much darker (I couldn't figure that one out), and I didn't self-check my books.
But, I did discover that we could get seeds from our library! Who knew! I grabbed some butterfly weed, zinnias, cosmos, and cone flower. What a wonderful service!
I am enjoying my hollyhocks so much! Next week I'll have to show the black one that turned up in the back garden.
We made it back to the Art Museum gardens! One of our happy places.
This is a Bottlebrush Buckeye bush. I love the beautiful candles that reach up about 12 inches each and then have the tiniest little coral specks attached. Lovely scent too.
And now here we are on the last day of June!