I am so sleepy today. We had some big storms go through after Midnight last night. I think I finally got to sleep around 1:30 and my wake up time didn't change. Yawn...
Friend Debra... Since I was given the laptop as a gift, I don't have a problem writing most days. What is challenging is keeping up with questions in comments and e-mails. So often time goes by and they don't get answered even though I love receiving them. :)
This weekend I took most of the flowerpots on the deck out to the compost pile. I've already harvested all the green beans and the plants are ready for the compost. This week I plan to take the wheelbarrow to the garden and finish taking all the plants except the green peppers out.
I will be taking a blog break in a couple weeks when Stephanie and I will be attending a conference in Hartford, Connecticut and I'll be spending time with the family. New England in October... beautiful.
Be thinking of your favorite books and films to recommend. I want to keep up that post when I'm travelling to give everyone plenty of time to add a comment.
For an idea of what I'm talking about, click on the picture of the wingback chair on the sidebar which will take you to the original "warm and cozy" book recommendations post.
Sabine... your comment was so funny. When I saw the buck in the distance, I was thinking how glad I was it wasn't Bigfoot. :)
The forest is so thick right now that it is quite spooky to walk out to the mailbox. There are always noises in the forest. One hopes they are all little forest animals and not anything big.
Okay, so there have been no Bigfoot sightings here but there is always a first time for everything. If you are new to this blog, I live at the edge of a forest and I've had a Bigfoot phobia ever since watching a couple movies in childhood.
Well, I think I was about fifteen or sixteen when I watched one of them but it was really scary because Bigfoot was stalking this group of campers for his dinner... shudder. One should watch only edifying media if one ever plans to live in or near a forest.
Picture: Rooster and Four Chickens; allposters.com