Tuesday Tidbits #228 Lake Living


Back at the Lake

It feels good to be back at this beautiful lake. As I stand here, cool breezes rustle the leaves, birds sing, and geese swim by with their goslings. In the distance, I hear someone starting their boat. Perhaps they are headed out for a ride—Lake living at its finest.

I hope your Memorial Day Weekend was fun. We had fun with friends. And we remembered those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. 🇺🇸❤️🤍💙🇺🇸



We’ve been back a week and we have been very busy with yard work. I can say I have pulled all the weeds except for one of the gardens.

My mother planted these Forget Me Nots over 55+ years ago. I’m always happy to see them until they take over every nook and cranny of the yard. I spent two days weeding them out. Don’t worry… they re -seed and come back every year in full force!

The front yard is done, and I added hanging flowers, but I need to get some for the backyard.

I’m enjoying this variety of this variety of supertunias.


Our rhododendrons are spectacular this year!


I enjoy the different stages of a rhododendron.

Many various bloom stages.
The bees, like the Rhodies in full bloom.

Down at the Lake

At the lake, beautiful flowers grow.

Various Stages at the Lake

and Night!

Internet Problems

We are experiencing internet problems. This week we are hoping to get another provider. I will try to get caught up with all of you soon. In the meantime I am hoping that my post uploads without any problems.

Thank You

As I always try to convey… we sure do appreciate all of you. Thank you for joining us for another Tuesday Tidbits.

We are seeing robins again!

Wishing all of you a wonderful week ahead. Enjoy what this upcoming week brings to you. And whatever you have planned… make every day count and be thankful for your Blessings.

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