We’re a month late with everything this spring, because it was so cold. It’s a little scary.
I don’t think there’s a better way to test a new blender than to make hummus. It’s no Vitamix, but it’ll do!
I finally had a chance to clean off the patio for summer. I also planted zinnias, sunflowers, and a perennial wildflower mix, from seed. And then it rained. Hopefully something will grow!
The poor baby bear gets a dinner plate coated with peanut butter, to occupy him while I trim his nails. He hates it though, and no amount of bribery will make him believe he isn’t being tortured.
I bought that mat for myself, but Piglet commandeered it, and I could hardly argue.
I found the end of a bolt of groovy upholstery fabric at ReStore, to recover Thomas’ tuffet. He inspected it thoroughly. (Maharem’s Divide pattern in tropic color.)
Someone squished a pansy on the sidewalk.
Old Redbud Tree April 2015
Dead Redbud Tree May 2016
New Redbud Tree May 2018
The redbud tree on our loading dock died. I wasn’t sure they’d replace it, but lo and behold, they did. And with another redbud, too.
If you thought discipline was harsh at your job.
It took him a few minutes to realize the cheese was on him.