Thursday, March 24, 2011

Tomatoes' first outdoor experience.

Goodmorning everybody!
As I had to put some bills to pay at the bank, I thought it was a good reason to enjoy a bit the weather.
So first I walked to the bank and then took a detour home. Oh my, it was even very warm walking in the sunshine, with almost no wind at all! To my bad luck I passed a big flowershop, who always has loads of outdoor plants. Feel it coming????????
Yes, I cam back home with two very small shrubs, small enough for me to carry in the shopping bag, they are from the species Photina, beautiful leaves they do have. Will try to get a nice picture of them. And I saw a delicious pink hydrangea, that is standing now in a big pot at the terras.
When I came home from my tour, Jan and I first took a moment in the garden, as it was lovely in the sun. And the tomatoe plants had their first fresh air experience! We have a real nice sheltered spot at the terras in the sun and I said to Jan, that it might be a good idea, to put the little greenhouse in the sun for a bit of time. After an hour they were back into the room again.
I didn't ask them, but I think they enjoyed the sun on their little leaves and roots. At least they had warm feet during the night LOL!

It may be a good day to give the curtains a washing turn. The only  nasty thing of it is, that you are almost forced to give the windows a good clean too, LOL. May be, just may be, I can persuade Jan to do a part (I hope he does the outdoor part of the windows, cause their you need the big ladder) and I will do the other. Sounds like a good solution, now we'll have to see if it works out, hahahaha.

For today and tomorrow I have another installment of the Book for Children for you. And I have also part 4 waiting for you. I have still more than enough resources to make even more, you'll just have to let me know if you like to have more parts then the four I've made till now.
Time for me to get dressed and get some things done.
Have a marvellous day!
Download  part 1 of book 3     HERE    (included are of course the front and back covers)


Linda Walton aka bobbysgirlforever said...

Oh, Ms. Kyra, I would SO love to have a few tomato plants growing this year! Robert and I have been talking about it, but we shall have to use one of those Topsy Turvy's that hang upside down as we are overrun with gophers that would not leave us with much to pick I am afraid!

A little greenhouse would be fabulous to have too! I can't wait to see what your terrace looks like with all of the beautiful flowers!

I have missed you lovely lady and you've done an AMAZING job with your new blog attire - VERY magical indeed!

Leaving some love for you and glad that ALL is well your way sweet lady.

Take care and thank you for your steadfast dedication to helping scrappers all over the world to preserve their MOST precious and priceless memories!

Love and hugs,
Linda :D

VJ's Scrap Room said...

Good morning Kyra:)
Your day sounds lovely.:)I too can't wait to see what your terrace looks like.:) I know it must be a wonderful place to sit and relax.
As far as the window washing goes.I usually wait until after all the pollen has calmed down.We passed by a car sales lot yesterday and ALL the cars were covered with pollen.NOT a pretty sight.LOL My Spring cleaning usually comes after the Spring.LOL We have an attic fan.Can you imagine the pollen dust on EVERYTHING in the house? I usually give up and turn the air conditioner on as the weather warms up.:)
Have a wonderful day my friend!!


VJ's Scrap Room said...

oops..forgot to thank you for another part to your Children's book.:) THANK YOU!!:)

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 6 post on Mar. 24, 2011. Thanks again.

LianeZ said...

Thanks for the Childrens book Freebies, I'm loving the tags! I just have to fine a child to create the books for. Thanks again.