Monday, May 16, 2011

moving on

Yes, it is still raining in NJ. Grim, grey, drizzly and expected to be this way all week.  But the plants in my postage stamp garden are sprouting and I was able to get a photo or two this morning as I left for the dentist.

After more years than I care to count, my poor little midget Japanese Maple is the same size as when it was planted.  At least it fills in the spaces. The Rhodies are better this year than they have been and so are the azaleas.  But the garden needs yellow or orange. 

This has been a busier couple of weeks than I can remember in a while -- I am winding down on a big project I've been working on for some time. Not finished yet, but seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
Tomorrow I'm teaching a screen printing class in the studio and am looking forward to it because it will give me a chance to print a little and have some fun with five other artists.  I hope to have more pictures and more to report about the goings-on.


Dianne Koppisch Hricko said...

Your postage stamp is glorious and I am glad you are teaching and printing.

Stitching with Schnauzer and Siamese said...

Please send the rain over to England. My poor garden is in dire need. The Azaeleas are wonderful can usually be relied on for a good show.
Enjoy your printing day.
Best wishes

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