OR what I’ve been doing other than blogging.
If you’re thinking to yourself, wow, that’s a lot of pink landscaping rock, well, you’d be right. It’s pink landscaping rock my daughter and I decided to remove by hand.
I’ll pause while you laugh.
Also, if you’re thinking pink rocks are the glitter of the landscaping world (we’re never getting rid of all of them), you’d be right as well.
I suppose the pink combined with the green hostas was a design aesthetic for a hot minute sometime in 1988. Mind you, the design and the rocks came with the house.
I mean, clearly, we have nothing against pink. And sure, we could divide those hostas. They’re like super-hostas. They’ve been going strong for
years decades without any intervention. At this point, I’m a little superstitious about doing anything with them.
Honestly, I think they’ll just continue to grow, become sentient, and take over the world. And really, we might all be better for it.