Thursday, July 11, 2013

Changing Seasons


The daylilies are nearly gone, replaced with coneflowers and black-eyed Susans.
Good thing they like water. We've only had a handful of days since spring arrived that it hasn't rained. I wish we could send the excess to the drought stricken areas of the country that are dealing with those horrific wildfires. Ridde me this. Why don't we have man made, interlaced aquifers running through the country to draw on when its needed?

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The hh is going to the hospital to have his knee manipulated today. It's supposed to be the equivalent of fifty therapy sessions. All kinds of fun....well maybe not.

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Dog and her kittens abandoned at animal shelter:

12 comments:

  1. During June, it rained practically every day. Our weather changed to hot and humid with thunderstorms in the afternoon. I can't tell well flowers in the baskets are dead from the heat or drowned.

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  2. hope hubs will be OK today, Sandra!

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  3. Knee manipulated? Cringe at the thought of that.

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  4. Thinking good thoughts for your husband. Knee manipulation sounds painful.

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  5. Knee manipulation does not sound like fun! Hope all goes well for your husband.

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  6. Love those flowers. Good luck with the knee. Ouch!

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  7. CJ, Isn't this weather something? I think we've beat out the 40 days and 40 nights rain in NC. We'll have a brief moment of silence for your flowers.

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  8. Thanks, Dez. Its in the rearview window now:)

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  9. Hi Pat, Yeah. It was what you'd expect but its over, so that's a good thing.


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  10. Hey Dana, Thanks. Hopefully this does the trick.

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  11. Thanks, Fundy Blue, appreciate that.

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  12. Thanks, Julia. I think he'll be much better now.

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