The garden trains will be on display until the end of the year. It was rather neat to see but I liked the replicas of famous buildings of Tennessee best. OOPsy I did not notice the Mommy. Maybe that is her better side. LOL
More on the trains later.
I wanted to talk about the weather. Now a week ago when these photos were taken, it got up to 93 degrees. Then Sunday it was so cold and rainy, we had a fire downstairs. We even had to turn the heat back on. This morning the sun came out for a short time, and I almost did not recognize the bright orb in the sky. But by lunch the clouds had moved back in. While the sun was out I managed to put my sage plants in the ground and replace the soil in the three big pots on the upper porch and plant some geraniums. How I love geraniums. The blooms are eye candy and the fragrance stimulates the senses. I also love the smell of marigolds and wet tomato plants. Ah, what plants stimulate your senses? When I smell marigolds, I am sent back in time and I can almost feel Grandpa tapping me on my shoulders while calling me "Babe." As for wet tomato plants my whole body tingles with the smell of promise of the luscious red fruit to come. It is so much fun to watch the tomato blooms turn to little green balls and grow and turn into the best fruit ever put on this earth. How I long for the first home grown tomato to eat.
The kitty justice is I am tired of this cold gloomy weather but do not wish for it to jump straight into 93 degree weather immediately.