This is a photo of one of my new lawn chairs. They are sturdy and sound chairs. Guaranteed not to throw you or get wobbly when you’ve had a few beers…..
I gotta say, Ive already enjoyed them more than I would that bracelet Ive had my eye on for some time.
I was carrying trash down the driveway to the dumpster and nearly stepped on this rabbit ( I assume it was him/her). Earlier in the day there was a pair of them out back.
ummmmmmmm….going at it like rabbits.
Wee One was getting an eyeful until I chased him away from the window.
He thought they were fighting.
This was a huge storm that passed over my home yesterday afternoon.
My electric was out for about 20 minutes.
It boomed loud, sending Marvin into fits. He is afraid of storms….of course, Kitty took advantage of his vulnerable situation and chased him relentlessly as he ran for a hiding spot from the storms.
Finally I let Marvin inside my huge and recently cleaned/organized closet for him to seek cover in.
Son #1’s ball game was canceled again. So he went to his track meet up North after school. The track team’s bus did not get into town until 10:30 pm, by the time we drove home and Son #1 had a shower it was going on 11:30 pm. He and all the other boys had seed ticks on them from the track field. He was so mad. Luckily none dug in, he was able to get them off. He checked in the shower before he fell into bed and didnt have any.
The schools are supposed to treat their fields and grounds for ticks. The coach is supposed to let them know about this. I hope so!
Ewww ticks!! they are worse than slugs.
I was up until after midnight washing his track clothes because of this-grrrrrrrrr
At dusk last night, a weird fog/steam moved in low to the ground and it moved really fast…lasted only a couple of hours.
My camera’s batteries are near dead otherwise I’d have had a better photo.
Have you ever watched the movie, The 13th Warrior with Antonio Banderas?
The fog/steam we had last night reminded me of the fog in the movie. In the movie the mists/fog covered the lands when the villages were attacked by “those who shall not be named.”
Hubby, Wee One, and I were out in the pasture working when the fog swept in, slowly enveloping us.
Spooky, eerie but fascinating at the same time.
Easily impressed arent I?