Well, it’s off to Sacramento for my last Velcade shot of cycle 5. I’m really glad I’m approaching the end of this cycle and the last one #6. Overall, this is a relatively easy chemotherapy but there’s still side effects. My eyes are still developing some styes and continue to water some. Plus, now the […]
Well, its been a few weeks since my last time at the library. I miss it but life goes on. Im trying to be active around the house and doing a few projects. I need to get some primer at Home depot and paint a couple of walls we are going to be redoing this […]
I’ve decided it’s about time we got ourselves out of the doldrums caused by too many “bad” things over such a short space of time. I know that Paula wouldn’t have wanted us to be moping around forever. I still look every morning for an email from her, …
The sun has been shining over the past several weeks and
|Even Tabitha helped water the tomatoes.
We planted 300 tomato plants as well as onions, peppers, watermelons,
|Kirby and Zoey enjoyed the outdoors too,|
|Here are a “few good men outstanding in their field.”|
|Trent always works better while listening to a few good tunes
on his headphones.
See the blue beehive in the background?
That’s the new home of 30,000 bees
thanks to my son-in-law and
another one of his new hobbies.
|What a great life I have!
The views from
of my mountain
I am learning to live joyfully in the moment!
Another month has flown by and it’s time to show you all my garden. It is probably the very last time as the weather has turned a bit nippy and most of my produce has done it’s thing and is now over. A mess of unthinned leeks and compost tomatoes.Slowl…
Dad isn’t very pleased with me. How was I supposed to know it wasn’t allowed anymore? I mean Mom just stood there and watched me doing it, she never said a word. It seems I’m in the dog house again. :(
Well August has arrived. The peas are over now, so no more photos this year.
The courgettes continue to grow.
The tomatoes are doing a bit better, but still green.
The onions are small, but perfect for pickling.
The first of the beetroot has bee…
I thought I’d keep you all posted with happenings here in the sunny West Midlands. We’ve been busy in garden and Mike has had a couple of hospital appointments. More on that when he gets a chance to blog.Today I decided to share my plans for our evenin…
Thanks to Paula for her very prompt reminder that it is that time of the month again. It is also the longest day of the year, a fact which hadn’t escaped my notice as the dawn chorus started at 3:41 this morning. So here they are:Some of my courge…
My wonderful Hoodies are at it again, providing two vital services that I can no longer do for myself. First, they chipped in for a housecleaner for a day. Yesterday, this woman started at one end of the Villa and slowly, thoroughly, made her way throu…