After reading about Jennie’s, Gina’s, and Martha’s travels and escapades, I feel like I got nothin’.
Any thoughts of travel evaporated with the loss of Hubby’s job this spring. Thank heavens we have the campsite in Confluence or I’d be stir crazy by now.
I was going to write about our Fourth of July weekend at the camp, but thanks to a monster head cold, I spend most of my time there curled up with a book. Not a bad way to spend a weekend, but not very interesting blog material.
So I’ve decided to offer you a taste of summer here in rural Pennsylvania.
Welcome to my world.
This is Skye, who doesn't think much of the heat we're having.
This robin's nest with babies is right outside my office window. I'd been hearing the fluttering for days before I investigated the source.
Here is my veggie garden. It looks good, thanks to Hubby. I get absolutely no credit for it.
These are our cucumbers, green onions, and some basil, along with some carrots hiding in the weeds.
We keep electric fence around the garden to keep the critters out. Otherwise, they'd get a better harvest than we would.
My ten acre backyard.
And here comes Moochie. He's technically not my cat, but no one seems to have told him. He's decided whether or not he's MY cat, I'm definitely HIS person.