Carter's Water Garden


Sunday Reflections…

Well, the first week of Spring has been exciting as advertised! Plants, Ponds, Stones and Boulders have been flying! Today – Grass to trim, bird feeders to fill! Including the Hummingbird Feeders that we have recently put back up for our returning babies ❤️ But not until we eat Breakfast!

Country Ham, eggs and biscuits! Suey!!!

Jacob also insists on getting a haircut today, so Jo made quick work of that!

Decent pile of hair came off that boy!

Just to prove my point that its a lot of hair… It didnt take much shaping of the pile to reveal a “dead dog” 😂

Anyway… It turns out that our son was under that pile of hair too 😮 WOW!

I would have kept going… But it turned out well 😊


The Barber came to cut my hair, 
I told him that it wasn’t fair. 
My hair had done him no harm, 
Without it I would loose my charm. 
The Barber he grinned a silly grin, 
Said to cut my hair would be no sin. 
That I should face it like a man, 
But I’m a coward and away I ran. 
Do you like sitting in a Barbers chair, 
With him chopping away your lovely hair. 
Once my head was full of curls, 
Covering my face with twisty twirls. 
But then the Barber came my way, 
I was a child, I had no say. 
Off came my curls one by one, 
The Barber seemed to have great fun. 
Now I’m old and very grey, 
I’m nearly bald, my hairs gone away. 
But when I see a Barbers chair, 
I feel the loss of my curly hair. 
You know I truly rue the day, 
When that first Barber came my way.

– Bernard Shaw


Have a great Sunday Evening!

Mark C.



Sunday Reflections…

Misty, foggy, overcast weather can be very relaxing, especially on a Sunday Morning… This morning has been fairly simple.
1st. I changed out my hummingbird feeders.

Then I fertilized the hanging baskets on my porch

then I decided to fix biscuits and gravy for breakfast 🍳

We have been eating “healthy” for a while now… But it ain’t nothing a good Biscuit and Gravy breakfast won’t fix!

Y’all enjoy your day!

“One old wives’ tale says that every foggy day during August equates to a day of snowfall during the following winter. Some also use this tale in more general terms, meaning that if there is a lot of fog throughout the month of August, there will be a lot of snow throughout the upcoming winter.”

~ Farmers Almanac

Mark C.