Someone attending my reception took these shots at my opening reception. I have some shots I took after the exhibit was hung which I will share with you all tomorrow.
I left home Sunday a week to teach and hang my exhibit at the Carnegie Art and History Center. I extended my stay in Louisville and didn't return home until Tuesday. On Wednesday I had a sit in my comfy chair and knit day during which I started on a sweater for my grand daughter Olivia. I'll show you a picture of her tomorrow that I took while I was there.
Today I went to the nursery and brought flowers to add some color to the front gardens.
All of my perinials I planted last year are doing great. They have filled out more than I had thought they would, thus leaving little room for annuals this year.
Since that is the case I will now put most of my effort this year toward the garden areas on either side of the patio out back.
I am thinking of growing some peppers and tomatoes, if I can find a way to keep the deer from eating them. Any suggestion on how to do this in an attractive way?
There was a jazz combo playing during the reception.
The food was great and I had a great turn out dispite the long holiday weekend that began on Friday.