This is a blog about daylily gardening, photography, and the various ways we create interest in our lives.
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Robin Eggs at Turtle Haven
I took Lola the poodle along our lake shore this afternoon. There are so many good sniffing opportunities there, what with turtles, lads fishing, and ducks. As we approached the cherry tree I noticed a robin's nest, looked in, and saw this:
I am a retired director of a statewide cultural foundation. For several decades, my professional focus was on improving the level of interest in small museums and in community programming in libraries.
During that time, my private passion was gardening. I was drawn to hybridizing daylilies in 1992. That, and classical choral singing, and playing my guitars are my passions in retirement.
In 2010, Kathy Bouman and I left our cozy city neighborhood to live on an acre and a half "estate" at Hidden Lake (Lago Segretto) in St. Peters, MO. Kathy passed away in 2014. I married Karen Berry in June of 2015. She is a passionate gardener and has brought birds and butterflies to our deck and our gardens. We are a good match. In late September of 2015 we added a standard poodle puppy, Lucy, to our family. A year later we added another standard poodle, Max.
My daylily garden is named Daylily Lay with a smile in the direction of the Nashville skyline and a song by Bob Dylan. You can see all about that part of my life at daylilylay.com