It's Hot but We Still Have Flowers

We have been flirting with 100 degrees daily for the last few weeks. The grass is getting browner and almost feels crunchy when you walk on it. We are watering the front garden and the back yard along with most of the trees in the outer yard. 

We have roses in the front garden that are blooming and some of the winter color our landscaper puts in the front yard is still going strong.

We lost one of our acacia trees in the freeze two years ago in February but the one that's left has been showing off.

I'm hoping our Texas sage bush will pop out lots of beautiful pink flowers. That usually means that rain is on the way. That would be nice.