Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Gray day

That's the kind of day it was. The sky looked like this all day long

I had to drop my vehicle off in the morning for it's annual state inspection. I have it done at a garage a few blocks away from home. I dropped it off, walked home and contemplated how to spend the day. I found that coffee and computer time was the perfect way to begin.

Then I procrastinated a bit about repricing all my craft sale items. That is coming up real soon. August 5th and 6th to be exact. Any way, I'm lowering all the prices since this is likely the last craft show I will do for a while and I want to get rid of as much as possible. Once I got started I managed to get it all done, repacked and ready to go.

After that was done I walked back down the street to pick my ride back up. I'm all legal for another year now. Back home again, I decided I would paint some rocks. It's gotten quite popular to paint rocks and hide them for people to find. When you find one you post it to a facebook page and then you can keep the rock or rehide it for someone else to find. Some I've seen are quite elaborate. Mine are pretty simple and on the small side but they were the best rocks I could find for now.

And that was my day.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Be back tomorrow

The main event after I got home from work yesterday was extreme napping. I'll be back tomorrow.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Gone fishin'

I haven't really gone fishing. I'm heading off to work this morning as usual. But even though I don't fish I think I would rather be doing that than working. Oh well, such is the life of a poor girl who hasn't hit it big in the lottery.

Yesterday I did drop by Edinboro Lake before I went grocery shopping and this guy was fishing

Obviously this is not the original picture but that one didn't turn out so well

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Got it

Today I have a picture of my teeny tiny tomato. I stuck my thumb next to it so you could tell how little it is. The one other tomato on the plant is even smaller than this one. It may not be producing a ton of tomatoes but at least I haven't killed it.

And while I'm talking about produce, something else I haven't killed yet is my celery. I first showed this on July 5th in this post

Maybe my thumb has a tiny bit of green in it after all.
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