Willow is a bit frustrated today. It has been 4 days since she can roam free. Due to the rain, I had to keep her indoors and only take her outside supervised. She loves water, which makes it hard to keep the house clean and dry.
Willow loves to take mud baths. When she gets a gap, she will go and play in the mud. It is a very messy affair. I see that it will only be cloudy today Willow and I can go play outside later.
Willow has also found the toilet brush, and she carries it around everywhere. I have to lock the bathroom now. She also found out if you pull on the toilet paper roll it the paper comes with you… I forgot to take a photo of it friends, so sorry.
Poor Willow is very confused today. She is being kept on the other side of the house. She can go to Granddad, but mom is in her office working, and there are unknown men in our home. They are installing the fiber today.
Today we go back to 9 September 2013 and continue on our Tour de Sanparks. We drove up to a viewpoint they called “Die dak van Namakwaland” translated to “The roof of Namaqualand.” The views and flowers were stunning.
That’s it for now, friends. Thank you very much for traveling back in time with me.
Have a fabulous day.
Keep safe and healthy.
“It’s the little memories that will last a lifetime.” ~Unknown
Yesterday my fiancé and I worked in the garden. Cleaning out the weeds and trimmed the Pepper tree on the sidewalk messing in my garden.
Last year I bought myself a Strawberries and Cream Hydrangea. When I got it it looked great and then the leaves started hanging. I thought it was the stress of the replant and it was going to die. Then in August it started giving new leaves. A Few weeks back I bought a Baby Blue Hydrangea and it started doing the same. I started to monitor my Hydrangeas and came to the conclusion it was the sun burning the leaves.
Today I relocated my Hydrangeas to a more shadier part of the garden. I hope they are happy in their new spot.