I don’t know where to start on this blog post, so I picked a random generated word to prime the ol’ pump. Word: Water.Continue reading “Did I used to be able to come up with witty post titles or am I kidding myself that was ever a thing, I wonder?”
Ugh it’s hot. And there has been no rain for weeks.
Sleep? Sorry, no time, gotta water. Folding clothes? Sorry, no time, gotta water. Blogging? Sorry, no time, gotta… BUT! Today it IS raining! Thanks Hurricane Hanna!
Texans, amiright? We kinda wish for hurricanes and couldn’t wait to eat Bluebell ice cream again after it killed a bunch of folks from Listeria… we’re a special breed, methinks.Continue reading “What’s worse: The heat or the coronavirus? Don’t answer that…”
Oh yeah, I forgot.
I also forgot about the blue flowered Salvia gaurenetica, the dark purple May Night salvias, and the red flowered fire spike and dwarf bottlebrush. And so, and I say this full aware of the absurdity of it, the ONLY flower color I don’t actually have in the back garden as I was talking about on the last post is peach. Peach… literally one of my favorite flower colors. Sigh. What ya gonna do, man. What ya gonna do.Continue reading “Red Flowers and More”
No tight pulled in shots these days, more like some minimal selective cropping. It’s full on blog worthy these days! Finally!Continue reading “The Garden is Blog-Worthy in June”
Ah June in Texas.
It’s supposed to be 103 tomorrow, did you know that? It’s so hot already I can get drenched in sweat if I wait until 10am to move 4 chickens into their run- this is not a difficult or time consuming task, just FYI.Continue reading “Mostly Roses in the Texas Garden in June”
Do days/weeks/months even exist anymore? I can’t be the only one this is starting to all blur together for right?Continue reading “Staying Home in Texas in April…wait it’s May?”
We are very lucky.
We have a yard to get out in and good weather, good health, and both my husband and I are still employed. The children are doing well and adjusting nicely to this learn-from-home scenario. The baby chicks are still all going strong. Marital bliss prevails. We have a well stocked fridge and pantry. And we have masks provided by our talented neighbor who sews.Continue reading “A Good Friday and Other Goings On”