Layla enjoying a drink during Ogden Fun Days.
This picture slightly reminds me of a picture my Dad took of Teresa sucking down a Boyd’s malt back in the day.
Ogden Fun Days Parade Fun
While it was fun riding in the Ogden Fun Days Parade, I do feel our lack of candy was a failure.
Typical Saturday. Just hanging with Cy. (Photo by Sara Lockner)
Normally when I hang with Cy there are several thousands more people there than this.
The raspberries are coming along nicely.
Full disclosure, the ones that I have are coming along nicely. However, they didn’t take to my pruning as well as I had hoped and there won’t be many raspberries this year. I know. I’m as heartbroken about it as you are.
Who doesn’t love lilies?
This lily also resides in my house in the northeast corner of my backyard. Its best friend is the moonflower. Well, it survives the moonflower.
Who doesn’t love daisies?
I definitely love daisies. I have a patch in the backyard and a couple daisies in the front by my lamp post.
A volunteer lily in the back corner of my yard.
Usually I’m not a fan of orange lilies I’ve made an exception for this lily.
My sunflowers bring all the insects to my yard.
What? You don’t love Kelis?
Sarah and Shawn’s Tiramisu Cheesecake created for the 1st Annual Methodist Men Pie/Cheesecake Auction
When Eldon brought the idea of a pie auction up to me as a possible fundraiser to help pay for our broken down organ I was a little bit leery. As President of the Methodist Men, I badly want our group to branch out and try new activities, but I didn’t think this would be a huge success. Eldon set our goal at raising $1000. I thought a more realistic goal would be to to drop a couple zeroes off of his goal.
Turns out, we both were pessimistic. The Methodist Men First Annual Pie Auction raised $1750 to help replace our broken down old organ. Of course that mean there will be a 2nd Annual Pie Auction next year. That time, for a yet to be determined but possibly youth oriented cause.
A lily after a storm.
This yellow lily can be found in my Mom’s front yard. If you know where that is, you should drop by and check out her many beautiful flowers. If you don’t, that is your misfortune.