|Gloves, the ends for which are now woven in|
|This is why my Zinnias have issues.|
|This doesn't help any.|
|Today's Garden Haul|
|The Cucumbers (Orange? Really?)|
|Boothby's Blonde Cucumbers|
Why am I commenting briefly? Because I suspect that the items on my kitchen table, pictured above, (let us not forget that huge 21 oz tomato. Twenty one ounces) might take over the kitchen if I am gone too long. And because God has seen fit to keep my days from being idle.
First - let there be a trumpet fanfare - Filius passed his road test last Wednesday, and is now a Fully Licensed Driver in the state of which we are residents. Ahhhh --- HOME DAYS! He can get himself to/from work on the three days a week when Filia isn't volunteering at the historical society.
But wait! Let the fanfare continue, with great putting-together of heads. Just scant hours after he left on his first solo trip to work, Filia received a job offer! Two Filii. Two jobs. Starting times of 8:00 and 9:30, ending times of 2ish and 4:30, in towns which, for simplicity's sake, form a lovely triangle with our town of residence, 12 miles per side. (give or take a few miles.)
What was I thinking about home days? I am not thinking that any more. I am thanking God for my mother, who has loaned us her car to ease the logistics and remove 80 minutes/day of transportation duties from my regular schedule. Life is, shall we say, in flux. Filius has 7 more days of work before the college term resumes, and we can manage flux for that long. Right? Of course right.
The project on the needles is Hitofude; slippers are still awaiting yarn. Two items have been shipped off to the Minnesota State Fair. Many projects on the computer call me. The Conference about the Bookcase should happen in 2 weeks or so. Service Dog Project saw 8 newborn pups born yesterday. Life is full.
Until next week!