Welcome to austinagrodolce … My family and I garden with more intention and enthusiasm than allocated budget or overall design plan. It shows. Wildlife populations don't seem to notice our lack of cohesive design, they just like the native plants here. It seems by growing local we've thrown out a welcome mat. Occasionally, we're surprised at who (and what) shows up.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Something Blue

Fingers crossed everybody has a smooth return to school this week.


Tina said...

Beautiful photo. It has been a fairly good start to our last year in the lower grades. College looms as does empty nest-dom.

TexasDeb said...

Tina: That is good news. A good start often sets the tone for the year, so well played.

College and empty nesting is not for the faint of heart. I'm glad you have prep time to go.

Our youngest began a new stint of undergrad work (already has one degree) at UT today. She is almost a decade older than most of her potential classmates. By dinner tonight we'll get the first report on how a large state school compares to the previous out of state private smaller school experience. And on the difference 10 years makes.