Just trying to keep ya'll entertained whilst I'm finishing up the garden for the walk.
I'm this close to being back to normal around here.
This close, I tell ya.
Here's a blog from last June -
Not that I had much of a night life to begin with, but I do have a rather busy social schedule. Cooking clubs, girlfriends, etc. I like to stay occupied. It doesn't give you time to dwell on the things in your life that you want to change.
I've been pulling a lot of early morning weed sessions. The weather has been unbearable here in NW Indiana the last few days. Today will be no different I hear.
Oh, looky here, a mater.
Deciding that I'd had enough of work for the day, and after all it was my day off, I scootered over to Barbara's house to see her and her garden.
Barbara is a lovely lady, and I'd like to be her when I grow up.
She likes drag racing, books, gardening and cooking. Her home is filled to the brim with light and loveliness.
She knew I was coming, and look what she had ready. She's that kinda gal. I love it. It was when I bit into one of these delicious muffins after viewing her garden, the worry began to sink in. Is the rabbit cool enough? Do the chickens need more water?
Then I went and picked up these two rock stars for a day at the pool. Aaron lives in a lovely apartment complex that has a nice pool.
There was a little thunderstorm that cleared the pool out, and when we got there, we were the only ones there for a good hour.
Oh to be young again.
My attempt at art. I LOVE Aaron's little corkscrew curls.
Later that evening, Glenco and I met up with our new friends Neil and Sue at the Model A Car Restorers Club.
I'm thinking....heck, I shoulda put the chickens up. It's 7pm now....should I have put them up? Why don't they go up to the roost box themselves, goofy goofballs. Why did I even get chickens? They smell.
Beautiful cars. I actually think I might like them better than the muscle cars that we always go look at. We have a 64 Chevy Impala. I like these old ones. The lines are so romantic on them. More attempt at art.
This car reminded me of Nazi Germany. Why?
We had a lovely time with Neil and Sue, and went out to Steak and Shake after the show. I tried to be polite and laugh and talk, but I was worried SICK over my girls, and could barely eat my cheeseburger, fries and rootbeer. I mean, I left one french fry on the plate for goodness sakes. I was just too upset to eat.
We didn't get home until about 10:30. I ran to the coop. Literally. I counted them. They were all there and accounted for, and I'm sure that if we'd returned home five minutes later there would have been carnage. It actually looked like something had been trying to dig its way in.
Can't even go out for a late night burger. Thanks chickens.
Helen scolded me like a teenager when I got home.