Here we have a dangling wisteria bloom, about to burst into flower. Since I took that picture this morning, some of the blooms have already revealed their purple faces. When it happens, it happens fast.
We had two fine visitors today. Jessie went on a beach adventure with Vergil and the boys yesterday instead of letting them go off alone so that she could do her shopping and so we told her we'd take them for her today while she went to the stores. And we had fun.
Mr. Moon had ordered some spark plugs for the tractor and they had arrived so there was a spark plug replacement tutorial today.
As I told August a few hours later when I was trying to thread my sewing machine needle, young eyes are the best eyes and he should do as much looking now as he can.
Lunch was a circus and a pickle-tasting. It's always exciting, trying to figure out who gets which plate, who gets which drinking vessel, who wants this on their sandwich, who wants that. Levon had already eaten a rather large carrot from the garden and wasn't very hungry but August was. I really do not know where the child puts all that food. I mean, I really don't.
No way. No how. I haven't put in a zipper for thirty years and I don't plan on doing it now.
It's good to have things to look forward to.