Hello first day of Summer! I'm always tempted to say it's the longest day but it's still only 24 hours. However, it is a day when it seems as if the sun will go on forever. It was a perfect Summer day here. The temps were in the upper 70's and low humidity. Blue skies and sunshine. I got the last of my flowers planted and a few weeds pulled. I was glad to have the day off and get some simple things accomplished...like sitting on the deck and reading a new magazine..oh, and taking a nap in the afternoon! Yep, perfect. Hope your first day of Summer was good! I have only a couple of pics to share tonight.
Sunday, June 18, 2017
This special day to honor fathers has been nice for our family today. We had 3 out of the 4 boys here for lunch and some good phone conversation with Craig in Oregon. We sure wish we could have them all together but those days are probably few and far between. However, we enjoy every minute with them when we gather together. I've been blessed to know many wonderful fathers, starting with my own:
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
I was going to title this post "Oops I did it again" but I think I've already used it! This time I'm referring to something that happened to me about 3 summers ago. I was bit by a spider and had a bad reaction. Well, over the weekend I got bit by something again...and again got a bad reaction.. much worse than the first time.
Sunday, June 11, 2017
June is flying by and it doesn't give a hoot that I'm running at full speed to keep up! Work has been up and down and getting the yard and garden ready is also a full time job! But somehow Jack and I manage to "get'r done!" To add to the hustle and bustle we took time to celebrate with my oldest son, Jack, and his lovely bride Evelyn, at an outdoor reception. You can tell it wasn't hosted by us because the weather was perfect! Even though the temps were in the 80's the place was on a small lake and the breeze and shade made it so comfortable. The folks that own the property are friends of Jack and Evelyn and the wife works with them at the hospital. They tap trees for maple syrup and it's just a beautiful place!
We wish you a very "Happily Ever After"