My lemon tree, which was a birthday gift from my late mom, gives its first lemon in two years.
This is the blog I use for my #DailyGratitude photos and other miscellaneous content sharing. Like my own personal Tumblr!
If you only see one pet in this photo, look closer.
If peace begins at home, I should be in good shape.
And I don't mean the ground squirrel in the background.
Nothing like 37 inches of rain to coax them out of hiding.
Broken off from its root system during construction. Left abandoned by the curb for four days. Look at it now.
Don't tell Ella.
An almost-forgotten iPhone picture from my drive out to the monument this morning.
Ella and I drove out to Carrizo Plain National Monument to check out the wildflowers.
Thirty-five inches of rain will do that.
I envy this, too, sometimes.
I envy it at times.
With a couple of contrails thrown in.
After a late-season rain.
A wet miniature horse, no less.
Okay, readers in the UK. I know you mostly feel left out of these deal alerts. But this one is just for you.
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Not exactly a super bloom, but not bad. Five photos for those who care enough to click through.
Cambria, CA from a hilltop on the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve.
California is bursting into bloom after 35 inches of rain (in Cambria).
On the way home from an excellent trail ride.