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September Already?

mrmorton
16 years ago

It would just feel wrong to post a September journal entry in an August journal. So...

What the heck happened to the summer? It always goes by in a blink, doesn't it? While I love the Fall, I am not ready for it to be here yet. It bothers me how the "media" is always proclaiming Labor day as the end of summer, when we ALL know it doesn't leave until the 23rd. Heck, it's 90 out today. Definitely still summer.

Anyway...

I seem to have a Hummingbird friend now. It's been visiting my garden pretty much everyday for the past week or so. I went out and bought a feeder for it, and now it ignores the plants and goes right to the feeder. It even made an appearance during our picnic on Monday, much to the delight of my family. I've tried to take some pictures, but most have not turned out. The couple good shots I have will be uploaded to my album.

There was also a Mantis doing its thing, and you would think that these people(my family) had never seen one before. It caught a couple bees(bad mantis!) and the poor thing couldn't get any meal time privacy.

Lately, I have noticed a curious thing in regards to Dragonflies. In the evening just after the sun has gone down, some Dragonflies show up over my yard. Eventually, there seems to be around 10 or so. They fly around in circles over my yard, occasionally swooping down low, then going back up. It's really quite neat to see. I wonder if this is some kind of Dragonfly "ritual" or they are just doing this randomly. Google doesn't turn up much info on this. Anyone ever see such a thing?

Getting away from critters, the garden looks pretty good for this time of year. All my grasses are blooming and looking great. My SA Clematis is starting to bloom(first year), and I have an amazonian Aster getting ready to explode. The annuals in pots and window boxes still look really good, too.

Finally, over the weekend I worked with Benjamin to get him riding his bike. Taking off the training wheels seemed to help a lot. He's a bit afraid of hills, and has a hard time turning around, but I'm really proud of how he progressed from barely being able to ride the bike with the training wheels, to riding along pretty good without them. He's a good kid.

Ok, that was more than I planned. Your turn!

Comments (16)

  • aftermidnight Zone7b B.C. Canada
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    It has stopped raining and we are approaching the kind of weather I love, sunny days, the bluest of skies maybe a big billowy cloud or two and not too hot. I can actually get out in the garden and start my fall cleanup.

    In my garden I see cyclamen starting to bloom, Joe Pye is doing his thing and the Japanese Anemone September Charm is blooming her head off. The Cimifuga Brunette's fragrance is filling the air around the Koi pool as is the Heliotrope which has been scenting the air all summer long. I still have Phlox blooming and some of the Colchicum are starting to bloom as well. Right now I have some single flowered ones out but I'm waiting for the double Waterlily to bloom, so pretty. Just the other side of the fence my neighbors Brugsmansia are in full bloom and the evening air is filled with their fragrance. I tossed most of my old plants and started new ones from cuttings so only have one or two blooming.

    My D.A.rose Abraham Darby has recuperated from the heavy hand with the loppers earlier on, he had the nerve to break loose in a drunken stupor and smash several lilies I was hoping to see bloom for the first time. He is behaving nicely now and is sending forth a nice number of blooms. Peace offering, you think? The Asters are just starting to bloom, a little late this year and it will depend on the weather as to whether I get a good showing.

    The Begonia baskets have been not too bad considering the neglect this past month and all I can say is the Fuchsias are hanging in there, not as nice as last year by any means, August was not the best of months for me but I believe those that are lost to us are not gone they've simply merged with nature and therefore will always be with us.

    DH has been kept very busy this summer, I've mentioned before he is a wood turner, he works mostly with Maple burl. The gallery where he takes most of his work has been selling it almost as fast as he takes it in. After all these years he finally made me a Maple burl salad bowl. I'll have to use it as soon as possible, insurance that it stays put LOL. The bonus is I get all the maple shavings I want for mulch :o).

    All that being said it's time for clippers, loppers, shovels and rakes. Time marches on and so do the damn weeds. It's overhaul time in my garden, so I'd better get to it.

    Annette

  • jlsch
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Mr. M I share this blasted Sept. heat! I feel like I haven't been in my yard for quite some time as it has either been rainy, too hot, or I am assaulted by the bumper crop of mosquitos from all the rain. I have also been away from the forum for a time, and it was good to spend some time here catching up. Just took my son off to college last weekend and so it is time for the 'empty nest' adjustment. I am determined to stay positive and if he is doing well, so am I. I was very independent and adventuresome at his age and have great memories from that time of my life, so I'm really excited for him. College kids have some incredible opportunities now that weren't there when I attended college...can I go back?! I'd love to do a semester abroad...maybe Italy? Ok, maybe I'll have to rework it into a middle age adventure of some sort. Finally, I'm a little freaked out as I have a breast biopsy tomorrow - 'suspicious' area that is being checked out. This has been such a waiting game of appointments and getting results. Blah! So keep your positive energy directed my way. Here's to a great September and a change in seasons. jean

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    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Forgot to mention how envious I am Annette. I would love to see a photo of the maple burl salad bowl. I have a passion for beautiful woods.

  • FlowerLady6
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

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  • aftermidnight Zone7b B.C. Canada
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Mr M, Benjamin is probably filled with pride at his accomplishment. No training wheels, way to go. I learned to ride a bike that was used to deliver groceries, my grandpa had a grocery store back then, I was too small, so had to ride under the bar, the basket was the type that didn't turn when you turned, took some getting used to LOL. I just came in from doing a bit of cleanup on some of the Fuchsias, bought a new one this year with the name Ben Jammin, probably named after someone named Benjamin, a really pretty Fuchsia.

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    Here is a link that might be useful: DH's website

  • thinman
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

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  • faltered
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    So much going on for everyone right now. I like these threads because it gives us a chance to catch up.

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  • memo3
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    I love these threads too!

    Mr Morton, Yeah! for Benjamin! I still remember helping my kids to learn to ride their bikes. My son went straight from training wheels to BMX racing. Gosh, he was a little dare devil :0
    I have had a lot of dragonflies in my garden this summer too. They never sit for very long except in the evening and then I find them resting on some of the rocks in the flower beds. Of course as soon as I try to get a closer look they begin the same dance that you describe. Your garden sounds really lovely even in the fall Mr.M. All of your planning and rearranging has paid off eh?

    Annette, it sounds like your garden, too, is hanging on well into the fall season. Your husbands work sounds really interesting. I too would love to see some pictures of your pretty bowl.

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    Rainey, Happy Anniversary! And also, congratulations on rescuing that swing from the trash heap! You have the best luck with finding great things.

    And Congratulations TM!! A sweet new baby to cuddle and spoil. How lucky you are!

    Tracy, What colors are you using on your new home? Have you taken before and after pictures for us??? LOL
    I've never heard of a costume wedding. How fun! How about going as Fred Astair and Ginger Rogers?


    {{gwi:612499}}

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  • aftermidnight Zone7b B.C. Canada
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    DH finally made me a salad bowl it's 16" in diameter. I haven't christened it yet, maybe a nice caesar salad will do the job. This is the third set of salad servers he's made for it, they keep mysteriously disappearing on me LOL. Maybe if I dip them in some Italian dressing they'll stay put.

    Annette

    Here is a link that might be useful: {{gwi:612496}}

  • faltered
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Memo: Yay, another wedding! I love her colours. Red with white and silver will look stunning. Hope you'll share the quilt with us when you're done. What a wonderful gift.

    I think hubby and I have finally decided on what to wear to this costume wedding. We are complete nerds and big sci-fi fans. Hubby was insistent on being Obi Won Kenobi from Star Wars. So I will be Padme. Or try to be. Now I just need to get going on making the costume. Hubby wants to buy his and thinks I'm crazy for wanting to make mine. That's half the fun!

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  • mrmorton
    Original Author
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Tracy, I am a big sci-fi/fantasy geek as well. Thats probably the only way I could ever enjoy a wedding. My brother(I actually have three) is getting married next May. I should tell him to halt all plans and make it a costume wedding. That could be fun.

    Not much going on in the garden. The weather has been beautiful this week, and its supposed to continue through the weekend. Upper 60's/low 70's, cool breezes, no humidity. Perfect. Except for the @#!$%^&* Mosquitoes! It is almost impossible to even be out there in the evenings. I have never seen so many of them. Even with coating myself in bug spray, I get swarmed. I imagine they won't really go away until we get ourselves a good hard frost in a month or so. Ugh.
    I need to figure out my Fall changes yet. I've got some dividing and transplanting to do, and this is the time to do it. Plus, its way easier to get it done before we go crazy decorating the house and yard for Halloween. Fun stuff!

  • FlowerLady6
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    September is zipping right along. We have tiny little hints of autumn, in the mornings before the sun gets up over the trees, then it feels like dang summer again. Very hot and humid still. We can hardly wait for cooler weather to get here.

    Thanks Annette for the anniversary wishes. We had a nice celebration and DH loved his album of projects he's done. Congrats to your and your DH on 51 years together, and I wish you many more. ~ DH and I are always curb-side shopping when we are out on errands. You never know what you might find. : -) ~ Wow, your DH does beautiful work. No wonder his pieces are in high demand. Your salad bowl is really lovely too.

    TMan ~ Congrats on your new little grandson. Glad to hear your drought is over and that cattle are grazing on fields of green. Hope you get all the projects you want to do, done, before the cold weather hits.

    Tracy ~ There wasn't really anything wrong with the swing, a little paint coming off at the bottom. I'll post a picture later. ~ Have fun at the dress-up wedding. ~ It sounds like you are busy with your house. Enjoy.

    Memo ~ Thanks for your anniversary wishes. ~ It is always fun finding 'treasures' in the trash heaps. We've been doing it since we were first married and living in Spain, while DH was in the US Navy. ~ Do hope your tests come back positive. ~ Have fun with your daughter's wedding. Do post a picture of her quilt when you are finished. Are you still making quilts for sale for the shop in your area?

    MrMorton ~ Your weather sounds perfect for sure. Do wish we would get some cooler temps, but I'm afraid that won't happen until Oct/Nov. We have mosquitoes also, I don't think as many as normal though as we've been in a drought so don't have much water sitting around for them to breed in.

    In our southern gardens, roses have new growth, gingers are blooming, several jasmines are in bloom, my Queen crape still has blossoms. I'm getting read to plant some seeds for fall winter gardens. It's still too hot to get out and do much, so I try to do some stuff early in the mornings.

    I've been checking out gardening books from the library and enjoy reading them when I can't get out because of the dang heat and humidity. Although, sometimes I feel like heading out to do something, walk out the door and get blasted with the heat, and turn right around and head back inside. Air-conditioning is GREAT!

    Enjoy each day everyone. Each is a gift to be savored.

    FlowerLady

  • girlgroupgirl
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    HALF WAY through September already, I may add!!

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    Happy Belated Anniversary Flower Lady!

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  • mrmorton
    Original Author
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Monday already? lol.
    I didn't get as much done in the garden as I wanted to this weekend, but that seems to be the way things always go. Beautiful weather for it, thats for sure.
    I managed to get a chunk of my Irises divided and transplanted, along with numerous other misc. plants. I bought some Foxglove for my fence bed. That will be perfect if they actually work. My raised bed in front of the fence has been the hardest to nail down. Its half and half, and very dry. We'll see.
    Took the fam to a place called Graue Mill for their annual Corn Fest on Sunday. Beautiful setting, good food, and nice walk through the woods.
    Decided to stoke up the fire pit last night. There's just something about being outside on a clear cool night sitting around a glowing fire. Add Smores into the mix, and life is good. Yum.
    The temps are supposed to be in the 80s all week. No rain, either. I'm not too thrilled about this, after the cool temps of last week. Not unexpected, though, as September is always unpredictable.
    Have a great week, everyone.

  • memo3
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Good Morning Everyone!

    DD Played her flute at the High School Homecoming Coronation Thursday night and then stayed for the dance. Friday she marched in her first Homecoming parade and carried the parade banner. Then, on Friday night, she marched and played flute for the Homecoming game. Rick and I attended the Coronation, parade and game so we had a few busy days at the end of the week. This was the first football game I've been to in over 30 years. My other two kids never got into sports or school activities so I was spared all those hours on bleachers lol!

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    I'm still sewing like crazy on the wedding quilt. Trying to get as much done as possible as fast as possible. Right now there are no quilt tops to sew for my job so I'm trying to use my down time wisely.

    It was cloudy and thundering this morning and now the sun has suddenly popped out again. No rain for us this time around.

    Have a great week everyone!
    MeMo

  • faltered
    16 years ago
    last modified: 9 years ago

    Memo: Your daughter must be having fun marching in the band. I remember those days!

    I'm sorry to hear about your CTS still being around. My mother had two surgeries on hers years ago and it didn't do a thing either. You'd think with all of this technology and advances in medicine they'd be able to do something. Here's hoping you find some relief.

    Tracy

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