When we lived in town, we lived in an older house, built probably in the 1930's. Even though it was too small for our growing family and set in a harsh neighborhood, I loved it's quaint character. We had a corner lot and I spent my time making flower gardens anywhere I could. There was a section of very old fence that had been lying there when we moved in and my sweetie put it up for me. I grew morning glory beside it and every year it was adorned with beautiful petals of every hue. When we found our home out here, I just had to take the section of fence with me (pictured above). It matched our old historic home. Once again, every year, I plant morning glory.If you click on the picture, you can see the pretty design the old fence has. The plants really start growing and blooming through September through November here. By that time the harsh Texas wind and sun have calmed down a little and the weather is a little more comfortable for this flower. This year I have several morning glory spots. One that runs along the fencing on the pumpkin patch and another that runs along the greenhouse fence. Hopefully I will have more pictures to show as they bloom. Well, the weekend is upon me and as always there is much to do. Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!