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Take a moment and gaze at our beautiful Pacific Ocean. Aaahhh I feel relaxed-how about you?
Exploring a few pieces in my crystal collection.
Oh how I wish this picture had smell-o-vision so you could experience this fragrant lavender!
On rainy days, we head into our inside classroom and do science experiments!
Longest Lizard Ever
Hard to see from this picture, but we found this very long lizard taking an afternoon nap right next to our raised beds.
Look closely! Do you see the praying mantis that lives in our tomato plant? We love her because she eats the bugs who eat our tomatoes!
A friend brought this beautiful heart shaped shell back for me from South Africa. I heart the ocean!
House Sparrow Nest
Each year the sparrows return to our porch to make their nest. Can you see the fluffy down feathers on the babies?
In this class we cut a variety of herbs from the garden and used them to make magical potions that smelled delicious!
What's Growing in Your Garden?
We have sunflowers and watermelon in these two beds.
A reminder to always stop and smell the roses.
This little guy posed for many pictures on our trip to Moonstone Beach.
Isn't it time for a trip to the beach? Fingers and toes in the cool, wet sand.
Taken on one of our walks in lovely Fryman Canyon. I love adventures-how about you?
Delicious basil and mint cut from our herb garden.
These sunflowers grew twice as tall as my daughter! A beautiful sight to share with our neighborhood.
Let's BEE Friends
So happy to have our bee friends who keep our garden growing. Please make sure you don't plant anything sprayed with neonicotinoids-they kill our bee friends. Armstrongs is the only place we buy plants from because they are the only place that doesn't spray neonicotinoids! Bee a friend to the bees.
We love to find feathers and identify which bird they came from! Caw-Caw. Do you know this is a Crow feather?
In this class we learned about feathers and made our own dreamcatchers.
Yep its gonna be an early spring this year!
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