This past Easter weekend was a big event around our house; here along the Flat Creek, as it flows by. Most of our kids and grandkids were around most of the time, and for a few hours all were around.
We had a cook out Friday evening with barbequed hamburgers on the grill, with hickory charcoal, and oak wood. My were those burgers really delicious.
Madge and I ordered some trees, plants, flowers, and/or shrubs a while back, and they were delivered by our wonderful United States Postal Service.
I had an annual checkup with my cardiologist yesterday, and I am a research patient as well. They are trying out Plavix on me. I have taken it for a year now, and for a year I will be on a pill provided by the doctor’s office, Plavix or Placebo; none of us know. For a year I do not have to purchase the pills, they are provided. I also do not have to pay a co-pay, and they pay me when I visit the doctor. Now, that is different.
Anyway, when we arrived back home yesterday afternoon I began planting trees. They are just small seedlings, about 2 feet in length, maybe a little less. I wore myself out, but I did get nine of them planted. I have two more Poplars to plant, then three Blue Spruces, and 12 Rose of Sharons. We will eventually have some shade around here.
Last Thursday evening I mowed our front yard, then I mowed the back yard on Saturday. My it sure is looking good around here. The old rider I am using is hanging in there. I did break the bead on the left front tire Saturday doing some finish up mowing around the road. I hit a hidden stump. It will be simple enough to fix, unless I punctured the tire; I do not think I did though.
We got some rain this morning. My how things green up after a rain. The sun is shining now, and it is so gorgeous out.
Sunday morning was great for worshiping the Lord of the Universe, who died was buried, and rose bodily from the grave. What a wonderful and glorious Creator.