The end of the school year has come, and both granddaughters passed. The youngest is coming home from PEI today, after her KCC choir sang in Charlottetown on Canada Day. The eldest is holding the fort, so to speak.
The Captain is off on another drive. I don't know where he goes, but he can spend hours driving around. He is not pleased with my decision to not go to Newfoundland......I would love to see the province, but there is no way my body would hold up to hours of driving every day, which is what the Captain chooses to do. Oh well, that's just how it is. I am sure that he does not really understand the difficulties I have.....he told me once that all I needed was exercise, and to lose weight. Uh huh........
Raspberries are ripening and gardens are growing. Pictures of folks at the pool or the ocean are showing up on facebook, along with photos of Grads. Young people beginning a new phase of their lives.
I have been doing a bit of felting. Here's the latest effort.
It is so strange where my mind goes.
Haying has begun....
Sadie is watching closely
She gets so excited with all the machinery and activity.
I shall get a picture of her on one of 'her' bales, probably today.
I let her outside once and before I could get her leash on
off she went, heading for the hay field.
For once, she stopped when I called her.
I have been dive-bombed by my little hummingbirds. Once, I could feel the brush of wings in my hair. Usually it is because one is chasing away another from the feeder. They are a joy to watch. One will sit on the feeder rest and drink, and squeak, and drink and stare at me, and drink more. It seems like she is more comfortable with me watching than the male.
I'll be listening to the weather forecast and getting things picked up outside if we do get the storm.
That is it for now........