Floridians know immediately when we experience even the slightest change in our usual humid weather. This morning brought us a wonderful, even though small, relief from muggy conditions.
Still 78 degrees but drier air and THAT makes all the difference in the world.
Maybe finally some of the dry side of the cool air blessing the rest of the country has made its way down here. I hope it stays... at least a little while.
Other than carrying my pruners along to snip a few things here and there, I wasn't outside to do any gardening today.
No, I had a much more important charge to tend to since yesterday. Our 2- 1/2 year old cutie was staying with his Mimi & Papa so we were out early to do some serious playing while the cooler breezes were blowing.
It was so nice to actually enjoy sitting about in the garden. Especially since I was watching one of my favorite little fellows in the whole world play as hard as he could all morning. Then we moved to the pool to cool off.
I did manage to take a couple of garden photos while I was snapping away.
A-Ha... I see you, Mr. Eastern Lubber, menace of my garden, hiding in the middle of the agapanthus seed pods. Yeah, he wasn't around to get hungry again after this photo shoot. Voracious eaters of all things green they are and some things caladium... aaaarrrrggghhhh!
We are heading out of town again this weekend. Not sure if I'll ever catch up on my blog visiting again. Please know that I appreciate every visitor to Hoe and Shovel and in a few weeks I'll have more time to visit you.
Have a wonderful gardening weekend.