In the Spring, one of my favorite things to do is stroll around my yard. I stroll in the early morning and I stroll at dusk. I stroll with the baby in tow and I stroll by myself. I stroll in quiet peace and I stroll while on the phone, catching up with family and friends. No matter how I stroll, the simple act of wandering my yard brings me a lot of joy and contentment.
Disclaimer: This very well may be the strangest post I've written to date, but I had to share. It's just too freaking weird not to share. If you're not into really weird stuff (or slightly curious about things) that I find around my home or yard, feel free come back tomorrow for a "Sunday Cooking" post! I promise I won't drop the phrase "penis-shaped" in that post.
I have some landscaping quirks that really make my husband shake his head. He says the quirks border on neurotic. Well, call me Neurotic Nelly because I ain't stoppin'. What kind of quirks, you may be asking?
For starters, I prefer to trim the grasses that grow near the garden edges with garden shears.