Good afternoon Folks ~ We’ve had rain off and on since 5 yesterday afternoon. More is expected through the weekend. I did some gardening yesterday morning, then mowed after a nap as it looked like rain was coming. I went to the grocery store in a lull this morning, and soon after I got back home it rained, same with taking pictures this afternoon.
If these are too many pictures to look at please tell me and I won’t post this amount in the future. I couldn’t help myself when I was outside, all of the colors on a gray day, and after working inside for the past five, three at my job and two here at home.
You can click on pictures for a larger view.
Frangipani & spicy jatropha to the right
Bulbine blossoms and bee
St. Francis wearing a wonderful patina.
For Rebecca who loves the caravan.
I found this painted yellow hope chest a few years back, did a U-ie to go back and load it in my van. It must be cedar because that is what it smells like inside. It was out front of a day care center. I took it out of the bedroom to make way for the desk I set up in there. In the caravan, I’ve still got to finish walls and then paint the whole thing. All in good time. There’s only half of the team now, and I’m learning as I go without my loving tutor, coach, mentor. I’m used to being the helper with ideas, not the whole workforce.
Don’t you like my fancy headgear?
That’s it for now. The bread machine made a loaf of coconut milk bread earlier and I’m going to cook a pot of lentils for supper. I have another day off from work, so plan to putter indoors working in the bedroom. Did some today, it will take awhile to finish this room, but every day there is forward progress.
Thanks again for you loving, encouraging comments.
God made rainy days
so gardeners could get the housework done.
(Well, at least make a start, or continue where you left off.)