Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Hello! I'm in the middle of cooking dinner, but I'm afraid if I don't post now, I'll forget later. I've got book group tonight, and who knows when we'll finish up. Could be 9:00, could be 11:00. Suzanne, the earliest riser among us, always gets sleepy by 8:45. Sometimes I look over and her eyelids are fluttering the way mine used to do in Econ 101 ... Bless her heart, as we say here in the South.

Did I do yoga today? Yes, I did yoga today! Was it the old ladies yoga class? Yes, it was the old ladies yoga class! I was awesome. I kicked yoga butt. It's possible I was overqualified. On Friday, I'm going to try Gentle Yoga, which looks like it's the next step up, and this time yoga will probably kick my butt. But today I was victorious.

The gate pictured above is helping to keep the deer out of one of our neighborhood gardens, the one at the top of the hill. It's a group garden, and usually it's filled with all sorts of interesting things, but this year it's more subdued. Is someone missing? Did one of the gardeners decide to take this summer off?

We have a small garden this summer--tomatoes, peppers, blueberries and raspberries. We knew we'd be busy, and there's nothing more depressing than to look out your window mid-July and seeing a half-acre of weeds. Also: my children are the least adventurous eaters in the west, and the Man and I got tired of eating all those eggplant and summer squash by ourselves last year.

Okay, the bacon is done and I must put the Cobb salad together. That's it for today. Except for this: I found a picture of the boarded-up house I talked about yesterday. I knew I must have taken at least one! Here it is:

See you tomorrow!


Pom Pom said...

Yay for yoga! Way to go!

Tracy said...

Well done on the yoga. A (much younger) friend invited me to join her for a pilates class. It may very well be the only thing this very out of shape, weak body could cope with, on the exercise front. Heaven knows anything that requires running or jumping or lifting heavy stuff is kind out of the realms of possibility right now.

Love that pic of the boarded up house. It's a bit how I imagine Boo Radley's house in "To Kill a Mockingbird". Mr Busy has to read it in the next two weeks for school - I'm reading it now so I can help him with it. I don't remember hating it in school, but I know I'm going to appreciate it better now that I'm much older. And I have a friend from Alabama, so I can pick her brains where necessary.

Gumbo Lily said...

Way to kick yoga's butt!!!! I like yoga.
Love the pic of the gate and boarded up house. Makes me wonder all about it. I guess I need to read the post before this one.