This morning, such a chilly but bright and sunny one, I peeked in from my
little step stool, camera at the ready, and found mama finch, despite the cold,
has laid another egg. IF she decides to lay the maximum of 6 it's going to be
very crowded in there and, because she is so tiny, I've no idea how she can
possibly sit on all those eggs for two weeks!
Will keep you updated.
Potting Shed and lovely George Taber azaleas.
Today's bright sunshine beckons us into the garden especially as next week
will not be as pretty with clouds and rain expected. Bob will be firing up the mower
later as the grass is long, and we'll be digging holes to plant two new azaleas and
a hosta purchased yesterday at a roadside stand - all plants grown here in
North Carolina out in the country south of the city. I love buying local.