Monthly Archives: April 2008

happy earth day!

Today was Earth Day! No better day to describe what’s happening on the grounds here at the Farm I suppose! In case you didn’t know anything about Earth Day, it’s the official day of the year where you’re actually supposed to do something good for this amazing planet we live on. Plant a tree, a…

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  • Oh you have a pond! And a waterfall! I sooooo want one! We just didn’t have any more energy when it came to planning the backyard to include anything but a simple bed. I will have to live vicariously through you 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Ha! Yes! I do, it’s a mess currently but we love it.

    We actually bought some Koi last year – but we gave them away to another Koi owner as it was just one more thing we really didn’t need to take care of, in addition to attracting more-than-desired attention to it from the little kids. The Koi joined another school of Koi.

    sidenote: Speaking of Koi, I’ve really gotta hit Koi one of these days!

    Hopefully I can make this little area photo-worthy!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    Happy Earth Day (a day late) to all. Every day is earth day. I recently came across a picture of myself and a friend and I’m wearing a t-shirt that says “Save The Planet” I got it at the very first NYC Earth Day celebration. I had to beg my parents to let me go on my own. I came home and threw away every aerosole can!!! Even my beloved Aqua Net. If you knew me back then, you’ll remember my hair!!! Strive to remember our earth in your decisions EVERY DAY and we’ll all benefit. Be well, MichelleReplyCancel

  • I have them on the side of my house and they THRIVE and get HUGE! LOVE THEM, just disappointed that I planted them where I can’t see them, I make sure to walk over that way to enjoy them. Every year for Mother’s Day I ask for a flowering shrub, I have 2 lilacs, 4 Nikkos, a white/green hydrangea (not sure of the name). This year I am unsure of what to try! Any recommendations? I love to garden.

  • […] of you may remember my Earth Day Post last year, when I spoke about the new planting bed beside the […]ReplyCancel

I’m walking for tuberous sclerosis this saturday!

Never heard of it? That’s the problem! OK people, if you’re sitting around wondering what you can do to make a darn bit of difference with all of these walkathons but you really don’t have a clue? Here is something that needs some attention. My good friends Tommy & Peggy Lindsey have a son that…

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welcoming ruby beatrice

Whew I feel like it has been a long time since I’ve been able to sit down and actually put together more than a preview but I’m finally getting caught up (only to be bogged down once again soon)! Best to use my time wisely! Maybe you remember the couple from Kelly & Joseph who…

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  • awwwww, great shots, beautiful family, i so love that nursery!ReplyCancel

  • Oh Laura, spectacular images. I feel like I was there, bravo.ReplyCancel

  • Thank you for the compliments!

    I know, the entire apartment is to DIE FOR, and Kelly’s style is awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    Ruby’s head’s so small in her Grandma’s hand. Happy Birthday Ruby!ReplyCancel