This is Artemis. She is truly unique. A uniquely goofy cat. And a pain in the behind.
We inherited these trees when we moved into this house roughly a decade ago. We actually had nine, but a desire to completely change the landscaping on the entire property has whittled that number down to two. No regrets.
It’s easy to get in a rut when it comes to preparing certain types of foods. It’s not so easy figuring out a way to get out of said rut. Sometimes I manage to make it happen. Yay me!
My favorite season has officially arrived. Not that you would know it.
I’m not really a superstitious person, but every so often I come across situations that just make me stop and wonder if there’s any significance to something that might otherwise just be a really big coincidence.
I have a lot of pictures of this plant, and for a good reason. Starting in mid-summer into early fall it is enshrouded in a cloud of deep-blue flowers with a halo of pollinators all around.
My mom pretty much hates beans. My dad loves them. It’s a mixed marriage.
Our church holds a Greek “food festival” at the end of summer each year. It has grown in epic proportions over the past few years, but during its smaller days our community would wrap up all the festivities (and work) with a relaxing luncheon on Sunday after church.