Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Counting Down The Bags of Mulch



Only 34 more bags of mulch to go!


There is light at the end of the tunnel!
Welcome Home
Penny

28 comments:

Beverly said...

Lady, you have really put a dent in those bags of mulch. And, everything is looking great.

We usually get to the bottom of our stack of bags, and then realize we need more. Mulch has been known to push me close to the edge. ;-)

mariondee-designs said...

But it's sure as hell lookin'good! take care, Maryann ps your vegie patch is looking fantastic!

Carey said...

Looking good!

LW said...

Penny you have done so much and it all looks so wonderful…

Louise

PAT said...

It's looking wonderful, Penny. We buy our mulch in bulk. Usually a couple of pickup loads every Spring. I love the look of fresh mulch around the plantings.

Stacey said...

You go girl!! I always think the flower beds look so much nicer with a fresh coat of mulch.

Jennifer Rizzo said...

Wow! It looks great Penny, but i would be SORE!

Shelia said...

Hi Penny! You're never going to get the ick out from under your gorgeous little fingernails!! :)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Penny....I bet it feels good to see that pile dwindling down!~Hugs, Patti

Mimi said...

Penny, how is your back holding up, that is a lot of mulch you have put down, still a lot to go, too!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

I will look so good when it is all done and then you can sit back and enjoy.

Kathi said...

Your yard is looking good. If you need more practice, my yard could sure use a facelift..hehehe.
Love your blog, Penny. Thanks for sharing your beautiful home and garden.
Kathi

KarenHarveyCox said...

Wow Penny,
You and Mr. Comfort have done an amazing job. I hope that you are in a cooler part of North Carolina.

My sister, who is in Pinehurst said it is so hot there. But then again she moved there from L.A. and I think it's a different kind of heat.

We still have a small pile of mulch left, but my husband has done a wonderful job this year making our garden look wonderful.

Me, Miss afraid of the recluse spiders, just make lemonade and admire from a distance.

Karen

Vee said...

It's looking great, but oh my! That many left? Maybe you'll not use all of those this year.

Sandy, Sisters of Season said...

It looks so finish now . . looking good!

Janet said...

Lookin' good Penny. We usually get mulch delivered in bulk..15 yards or the equivalent of 135 of the 3 yd bags, so I feel your pain. Fortunately this was not a "mulch year" for us, too many other expensive projects!

Enjoy the new mulch smell!

Janet

Denise Auras said...

...este jardim ficará maravilhoso!!!!Parabéns.

Blondie's Journal said...

Your garden beds are going to look fabulous! You will have less work weeding in the long run, too. Get the epsom salts!!

xoxo
Jane

see you there! said...

It is all looking so nice. I can't imagine the physical workout all the spreading has been. Your yard is fast becoming a showplace.

Darla

Manuela@TPOH said...

LOL! What a workout! It's looking really good!

Manuela

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

I'm tired just looking at what remains.
Brenda

Brenda Leyland said...

haha... you're still working away at the pile? But just think how lovely your yard and beds will all look after your hard work!

Pondside said...

Penny, your industry puts me to shame!

Julie Harward said...

You are a little energizer bunny aren't you...it looks so nice! Where does the rest go? Guess we shall see soon enough! Come say hi :D

Deb said...

Oh my, your gardens look great though!

Kathleen Grace said...

Don't you love how a freshly mulched garden looks? Everything looks wonderful Penny!

Donna said...

Yea! It's looking wonderful, Penny!

Hugs,
Donna

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

HI Penny,
It is hard work but look how beautiful your yard looks and your garden! We also are working in our front and back yard, we are having all new sprinkler system installed and so far 10 tons of rock with more to come... I know how you feel...
Your baby green beans are so green and healthy looking. You must have a green thumb!
Take care and big hugs, Elizabeth