Busy, busy Thursday morning. Several loads of laundry and the sun is not even shining. It is again obscured by clouds.
I was thinking, today is August 23, eight days more to go before the BER months. Aren’t you excited? Well, I am. It only means December is getting near.
Gosh, how time flies. It may sound a bit redundant but it really does. Before you know it, 2018 would just be a leaf in the calendar. And here we are, getting older but still enjoying what life deals us every day. The little things, the seemingly insignificant things that sometimes we just take for granted really make life worthwhile.
The other day, I spent a little time in the garden pruning our fruiting kalamansi trees, I have to prune the small trunks touching the steel matting fence we have to give way to my growing blue ternatea plants. They…
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Digging, pruning, weeding replanting.
I spent the late afternoon in the garden. With the little breeze coming in, it was the perfect time to garden. Replanted some Vinca seedlings which I found inside the pot of my Bougainvillea. The soil was soft, I guess from the previous rains we had a few days ago. Maybe tomorrow if the good weather holds, I’ll be done weeding and pruning my Fokien tea plants.
While I was admiring the new pink lily blooms, I saw this lovely insect in one of its petals. I am pretty sure it was not a butterfly because of its large body and clipped wings. I loved its color of pale green with black spots on the side. I was about to get my camera phone when it flew towards our kalamansi trees. I could not distinguish the leaves and the flying insect so I let it be…
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