Wednesday, May 25, 2011

You can row it, Mark!

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Not too bad, considering the spring we've had, huh?

For you non-farmers.... it's a field of corn just coming up. :)

And lest you feel left out, here are a couple for you, Cindy:

The lilacs are just beginning to open.

Wish I could send you some fragrance! :)


Anonymous said...

All you had to say was "you can row it" and I would of known you were not talking about a boat or canoe. Great pictures (as always)of the corn fields. The next phrase I will wait for is "knee high" in the old days it was knee high by the 4th and that meant a good crop in fall.

I can smell the Lilacs, they are the one flower that I miss the most from the midwest. When Cindy and I were in college there was a one block square park full of lilac bushes and in the spring we would walk thru and fragrence was amazing. Every time I see a lilac picture it always brings warm and good feelings. thanks for making my morning start off with good memories. Mark

Grandma G said...

You are most welcome! I'll have my camera ready for "knee high" by the 4th of July. :)

Live a Colorful Life said...

I LOVE the lilac pictures. The first one is my new screensaver! :)

Grandma G said...

Ahem.... wallpaper.

Grandma G said...

Now quit reading blogs and go cut out your bag! ;)

Becky said...

Lilacs! That's what my yard needs! Do deer like 'em? I hope not. I'm tired of feeding 'em.

And I may not be a farmer but I did grow up in the country so I knew that is corn! Now I shall have "Oklahoma" tunes in my head. "..and the corn is as high as an elephant's eye!"

Grandma G said...

Becky, I don't think deer bother the lilacs. Then again, we have so many bushes that I wouldn't notice if they did. ;)

Do lilacs grow where you are? I'm not sure. They may need a cold winter. (?)