Thursday, 23 September 2021

Spring Cleaning


My youngest son mows our lawns so I snapped this last week of him when we had a brief glimpse of Spring sunshine. I hope this weather continues.

Linking up with Skywatch Friday.

14 comments:

Tigger said...

Oh lawns....real green fresh soft grass .... and the smell fresh cut.

William Kendall said...

Here we have steady rain today.

Susan Heather said...

Doug was out as well when we had a fine day. Too many wet days recently.

Tom said...

...I am mowing my lawn and shredding the fallen leaves.

Iris Flavia said...

Our Mum always did the job. Crazy, huh. She was a tiny woman.

bill said...

We don't have a lawn where we live.

Jim said...

Spring has sprung.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You are seeing spring coming, I am seeing fall, I love how that works.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Sunshine and warm weather here. Oh, and I just finished mowing the lawn!

Taken For Granted said...

Spring is such a wonderful time of year with all the new growth. Good shot of spring lawn care. BTW, the words in my reflection say, Flavors Indian & Asian Fare (It's a restaurant and grocery shop).

Pauline said...

The grass growth is crazy here at the moment. My lawn needed cutting again two days after it was done. I could do with having your son around.

Einari Sinappi said...

Very nice documentary of everyday life. Strait against the Sun, not the easiest thing to photograph. But you did it very well. Nice to see son helping his mother. All though you probably have to pay him. :)

At Home In New Zealand said...

Thank goodness for sons! I haven't mown a lawn for years :)

Light and Voices said...

Greetings and Salutations! Treasured memories captured of son doing everyday things. This photograph reminded me of when John and I used a lawn mower without gas or electric. We actually pushed and pushed and pushed some more. Later, we bought a gas mower. Then later hired a landscaper. Our neighbors, still use a push mower.

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