My dear man bought me an iPad a few weeks ago. At least, he said it was for me. But there are times I open it and find that he's been reading kindle books. I'm sure I didn't download that app. We won't mention how he used it to run his PowerPoint last Sunday when… Continue reading The Battling of the Brain Fog
Saturday a week ago was a full day. I paused for coffee once. But spent most of my day on my feet. I did nearly everything on my list. My man brought home some candles and ornamental gourds, much to the astonishment of Jube, who had never seen the lumpy, bumpy, colorful things before. So… Continue reading Full, Busy Life
Look at that morning sky. It's gonna be an awesome day. The kids are not going to be impressed with the cleaning projects I have up my sleeve today! I finally have proof that Mercury really does go up there. So...is this normal in your world?
This is a picture my brother took when he was here a while ago. Tigger and Mercury cohabitate happily. This box was their summer residence, which has since been replaced by the dog house. Mercury came to us mid winter, free of charge. His owner just wanted a good home for him. We love him.… Continue reading The Four Legged Critters
The garden is over, as far as produce is concerned. The leaves are turning. School has started. I gave the stubborn hormonal hen some eggs. This involved calling a friend. She collected eggs from her one laying hen. Goldie hatched all four of them like a supermom. It's apple picking time. We picked two of… Continue reading Beautiful Days
It took spring forever to come this year. Then suddenly it was summer. I worried that I wouldn't be ready for fall and winter, but I'm realizing that I'm perfectly fine with it after all. I'm even getting excited for school to start. My thrift store shopping was particularly successful last Saturday. I'm loving that… Continue reading Where Summer and Fall Converge
This summer has been full of interesting discoveries. Most of them are wonderful and good. Like a big blackberry/raspberry patch out in the woods along the lane. Picking blackberries is like an addiction. I can't stop going back for more about every other day, yet doing so is very uncomfortable. Hannah went out with… Continue reading Treasures