Posted by: Judy | April 17, 2015

Good News Friday

My French lavender is in its new pot. Still no comfrey sightings but still hopeful.


Found a new author I like, at least from the novella I read: Kristin Holt Western Romance “Gideon’s Secondhand Bride.”

Dog time.

Nephew working on helping my arm. I think it’s improving.

Raspberry Lemonade croissant at P.croissant.

Rewrite for “Faith’s Labor” is coming along.

What was something good in your week?



  1. We’ve had amazing warm and sunny weather this week šŸ™‚

    • Yay, for you! šŸ™‚

  2. Lavender looks awesome. Well done.

    • Thanks. šŸ™‚

  3. We had about six inches of snow this week and I feared my geraniums had frozen. I peeked out the window this morning and they’re still blooming! Yay!!!

    Oh, also! My daughter is treating me to a special event tomorrow (I’m so excited). We’re going to see Neil Gaiman speak! The last author event we attended together was Margaret Atwood where my daughter had her poetry book signed, dog-eared corners and worn pages included. Ha!

    • Woohoo! Geraniums are so colorful.

      How fun for the two of you! I bet Margaret Atwood was delightedly by the obvious love for her book. šŸ™‚

  4. Your lavender looks awesome! We have some in our yard, but it’s not come in yet. Hopefully it survived the winter. We do have a few crocuses blooming. Finally, spring.

    We had gorgeous weather all week, so I had some beautiful outdoor runs in the park. Yay!

    • I discovered that lavender only lasts a few years. I now have two varieties. I already know I love the French lavender, the one in the big pot. šŸ™‚ Love seeing the bulbs come up. We don’t have many around here, and they tend to bloom in February.

      Happy to hear you were able to enjoy and outdoor run!

  5. Okay, seeing these photos has me wanting some french lavender, too. It looks lovely in the pot(s). Even a tiny bit of something growing and flourishing can fill up the soul with abundance. So pretty, and fragrant.

    • They need sun, but I’m hoping that by growing them in pots I can move them into the shade during the summer and keep them alive.

  6. I love the photos of the nature near you. Nature helps me heal, I use computer near my window. Lavender is looking good.

    • I agree that nature is healing. The window in my room is over my shoulder, and I glance out often. šŸ™‚ I’m very hopeful for the survival of the lavender. Thanks ((TR))

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