My brain is tired. The past week was so “interesting” that mid-week, Fr. Martial and the Trustees opened the chocolate locker. So here are some flowers from back in the late spring. Right now, it’s been so hot that we made shade-tents and awnings to put over some of the roses.
Most of these are either pure yellow (the dominant color) or the more famous blue and white. RedQuarters just has to be different.
Poor Ketchup-and-Mustard is currently under a tent, and despite my best efforts got stripped by crickets or grasshoppers. It has been sprayed with anti-bug stuff and seems to be recovering, but this makes three years in a row that the [censored] bugs have eaten all the leaves off.
Because one needs a sun-hat sufficient for the Texas sun!
Reminds me that I have lettuce to plant, but it’ll be screened by herbs or squash vines.
A couple teacher I know have started back, and chocolate locker sounded right. I think they wanted the key for the Dire Emergency locker, containing the blue and brown Curacao (chocolate flavored liqueur).
Can I ever believe it.
We’re pretty home-bound, for homeschoolers, and even my kids are bouncing off the walls. Usually we’d do at least one outing a week, now I can’t even take them one at a time to the grocery shopping.
For school, where the kids are FINALLY seeing other kids after the longest htey’ve been isolated since kindergarten? I can’t even imagine.
I don’t believe it’s possible to wear a hat sufficient for the Texas sun.
It would need pillars to hold it up and a ceiling fan inside. At least.
It would need that if a non-Texan wore it, but heads are bigger in Texas.
*Grins, ducks, and runs away!*
I envy your ability to grow stuff. ‘I’ have a black thumb… Sigh… Managed to kill a cactus!
Same here…thing is with cacti, less water…a lot less water.
….I know what that top plant is, but I don’t know the name at the moment.