Friday, October 23, 2009

Annabelle Hydrangea gets ready for winter.


Not a great photo, with the unsightly background, I'll agree.
Fitting for today: It's cold, rainy and blustery here and I had to present myself at our local hospital for one of those "old people" medical screenings. The proceedure went well, but it took me the rest of the day at home in bed asleep to shake off the twilight sleep drug. So I'm feeling about as raggedy as these plants look.
Rain is in the forecast for the next days, so we plan a low-key week-end, watch football on Sunday.

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