I Meant to Do That


I wanted to take some pictures of the pine saplings that have sprouted from seeds in my yard to show their progress. They’re supposed to grow 2 feet a year! If you consider these sprouted from seeds, I believe it! The big ones I have are old forest, so in my small way, I’m adding back to the old forest that they cut down. In the one picture, that shows the old forest reflected in one of the ponds, and just how tall they get. I’ll be potting some for my daughter because they are all over the flowerbeds and some I’ve had to transplant to places where they can be allowed to grow. 🙂 <3 I just have to dig really deep to ensure I don’t cut off their tap root.

But do you see the rainbow captured in the rain drop on the one picture of the loblolly pine? I meant to do that. Right. I couldn’t believe it when I uploaded the picture and saw that the way the sunlight hit the water drop, it created a rainbow in miniature. Now how cool is that?

Baby is sick!! Poor thing. Now she has strep throat so she’s home with her momma and that means I’ll be pulling more weeds out of the grass in the backyard–some of the grass is fine, some of it is more weed than grass, and working on the story. 23,000 done, 57,000 to go!

Save a tree! Plant some more! Give a little bit back to wildlife.


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2 thoughts on “I Meant to Do That

  1. Hello Terry, hope you are completely recovered.
    WOW, amazing 2 feet a year that is great if you want to form a barrier between the back of properties
    have a great weekend

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