15 May 2018

Blooming Indoors

Each of the last few years, I've dreaded when my tulips began blooming because I knew the deer would eat them, often before I could even enjoy them.

So last year I began a new tradition, and this year, I followed suit. I've been clipping many of the tulips (and sometimes other flowers, too) to enjoy indoors.

This provides many hours of happiness and joy after the sun goes down in the evenings, plus, it gives me the opportunity to polish my indoor photography skills!


  1. haha and nothing wrong with those sloths being inside too. Sure showing those deer and staying happy too. Win win.

  2. It's hard to cut flowers, isn't it? But I can see why you felt driven to it. The deer will just have to find their dessert somewhere else! (Tulips and hyacinths as lovely as those must be dessert, right?)


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