Now that I can post Vines, you get to see them. 😃
The pepper plants are very tiny and I’m worried that they won’t be able to hold up the growing peppers.
First harvested Red Currant Tomato
Wes is exhausted from all of the gardening.
You may wonder why I still haven’t posted pix of my Stitches haul or the goings on in my garden.
Soon you’ll be able to add “Why haven’t you posted any photographs from Vegas?”.
I will say this…
Today while pre-packing,
Don’t tell me that you don’t pre-pack. If you try, I won’t believe you. I found a bag in my suitcase. It turned out to be 4 skeins of yarn. Four MORE skeins of yarn than I’d previously unpacked and stuffed into a large box.
Unless I’ve found a way for yarn to spontaneously appear, I really do need a good assistant.
If it’s a magic suitcase, I hope it works the same for slot machine winnings.
I also found a Panera, orange-iced scone, from the Stitches trip. It was still in the Panera bag and – thank heavens – I had put it into a freezer Ziploc bag. The bag was green and that’s all I’m gonna say about that.
When the alarm clock goes off at 4am, usually I roll over and go back to sleep.
Sunday, I couldn’t fall asleep so I grabbed my phone and
- checked the weather for home, Georgia (Stitches South isn’t very far off), the town where Tom works and Vegas (a gal can dream),
- caught up on all of the E entertainment news and local news (which usually consists of the same 5 stories, for a week),
- checked Instagram and caught up on ALL of Twitter. You can do this at 4am because hardly anyone in the US is tweeting and I guess I don’t follow enough people who live overseas.
Ah, the wonders of a smartphone.
It’s smart but it can’t help me sleep
Then I realized we were supposed to have another snowstorm and my car was low on gas – not that I actually go anywhere during a snowstorm but one needs to be prepared.
By 6:55 I had filled up with gas (ha ha!) and gone to the grocery store for Lactaid. We really were out of it. I don’t stock up for a one-day storm.
Except for gas. *blink blink*
I also learned that Panera doesn’t open the cafe until 7:30am but they open the drive-thru at 7, on a Sunday. Also? There’s no prize for being the first customer at the drive-thru, other than the knowledge that I was there a full hour before I usually wake up.
Your reward for getting thru this whole post?
p.s. We never did get more than a wet snow/rain that didn’t stick.
Just a quick (backwards) glance at December and bidding farewell to 2012.