Check out our mini-project for the night. Digging up daffodils from an old home place here in town. In what now is a vacant lot, there once stood an awesome 1920’s wood-shingled bungalow home, known as “the Cannon house.” That is, until the city tore it down about a year ago. 🙁 Brian and I still kick ourselves for not taking a picture before d-day.

Why do I enjoy “rescuing” old flowers so much?

  • I appreciate the work that someone, many years ago, put in to planting and caring for them.
  • I love the fact that the homeowners enjoyed seeing them grow and bloom throughout the years. Now we’ll be able to do the same.
  • They’re free. 🙂

If you spot old flowers about to meet their maker, let me know!

Tiny House on the Hill

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