Celebrating a special January bloom
It has been almost two weeks since my last post. And it has been a frustrating two weeks to say the least. I had serious computer issues with a virus that invaded my computer. Many attempts to restore my computer failed. The virus just didn't want to leave. Why do people do such ugly things???? Well, after much contemplating and researching we decided it was time I needed a new computer. After all I was working on an 8 year old machine (ancient in the world of technology). So now, I am armed with a new 'super fast' laptop (because what wouldn't seem fast compared to a prehistoric PC), a 22" monitor and external hard drive with 2TB to store all my photographs. I am still in the process of exploring my new computer and getting all my pictures organized again. But first things first....garden blogging. Oh how I have missed the garden blogging world. Fellow garden bloggers have been busy gardening, planning for spring, taking amazing photographs, and participating in very fun garden carnivals and photography contests. I have so much reading and commenting to catch up on.
Here at Southern Meadows all the snow has melted and the landscape is back to its dull, winter neutrals and there just isn't much going on in the garden at the moment. So today I am celebrating a different type of bloom in my life. A bloom more beautiful than any I could grow outside in my garden.
|my baby with his ice cream cake|
So happy birthday to my sweet boy! May you continue to grow and blossom every year!