we are really proud of ourselves... we actually did stuff to our flower bed out front. last year we didn't do anything, until my dad literally had to buy flowers and plant them for us last summer when he was on vacation up here. then we left all the dead plants in there over the winter. gardening just isn't really my thing, to be honest. which is funny, because i love plants. i wish i had taken a before picture, but just imagine a crusty light brown rectangle, and thats it (no rocks, no nice/dark topsoil, etc). and now, for the reveal.....(drum roll!):
doesn't the front of our house look all pretty now? and look how nice our lone maple tree looks!
ps: i spy with my little eye, joshy in that last picture! hahaha. happy summer :)
i dont like grammar. i like lowercase letters. i dont like adding the ''''' marks in words like don't, aren't, and you're. i like commas. so dont judge. [i do know how to write properly but i save that for fa-fessional settings]. k thanks.
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