Today, I said a sad goodbye to an old, old friend. my 26-year-old Chev Lumina APV Minivan took her last ride to the junkyard and I’m more than a little teary-eyed over it.
Yeah, I regret this already.
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If you have not yet grown up, and love to watch big machines dig holes in city streets, be jealous… I get this view for the whole summer, probably fall and likely into winter.
Carson helps his mom with her workouts.
Between the construction across the street, the yelly people on the sidewalk, and the fact that the dog can’t fit on the windowsill, Luna has claimed her crown. She spends a LOT of time in the bay window.
I’m not sure what’s going to happen once I bring that patio table back down into the tarmac garden, but my original idea of building a window seat will only draw the dog to the window. The cat tolerates Kaylee about as well as Kaylee tolerates the cat.
I’ll have to think of something to avoid any feline comeuppance.
Craft supplies will be going on sale here soon! Pine and Spruce cones, feathers and natural wreath forms will be available to begin with… stay tuned!
Kyla wrote a really helpful article about why taking care of yourself during/after the loss of a loved one is so important. Read it HERE.
The bloom on my Hoya (Star of David, Wax Flower) has opened up and completely gob-smacked me – how gorgeous is this flower?!
This picture was taken on May 2, 2018, when I was getting pretty excited about this plant blooming!
And here she is in all her glory! There’s a lovely, delicate scent to go along with this bloom… wish you could all smell it too!