Flora and fauna
If I didn't blog, I wouldn't have much of a reason to take a picture of my first tomato-on-the-vine in years! Katie spotted it and my first reaction was to grab the camera. Duncan was taking a catnap on the glider right beside me -- he was so soundly asleep and so still, that I didn't even notice him at first. He's still such a delightful kitty.
The knitting will return one of these days. I have been doing some, but it's mindless or stealthy and not much to blog about -- not like big spiders, little tomatoes, cute cats and wonderful kids! The spider is still there, by the way, I check everyday; DH returns home tomorrow after a nearly three-week absence and transporting that little bugger and all her offspring may be Job #1 for him. Welcome home, honey.
I have been cleaning and organizing, and cleaning and organizing, and cleaning and organizing. I've also been dealing with what I can only describe as a cosmic shift in my life -- making the cleaning and organizing even more productive! I have decided that this is the Year of Cosmic Shift for my family -- first, the miracle that is my brother and, now, events that are right up there with hell freezing over and pigs flying. It's all good, I think, but takes some getting used to -- when everything you've known to be true for 35 years is suddenly different. Sorry to be vague, I'm still cleaning and organizing...