Rick’s ankle still is not completely healed so no hip surgery yet. As we were waiting for our car to be brought around we couldn’t help but notice the people coming and going – people with injuries and conditions so serious we were instantly ashamed of ever complaining!
The gal checking out ahead of us had come from Arizona to see a doctor at the wound clinic and that’s just one patient. People come from around the world to Mayo and once again we were reminded to be thankful we live only two hours from Rochester.
The lilies are in full bloom!
The pink hydrangea was a gift from Connie in memory of our black dog named Carly who died years ago.
All of these radishes and more from one small packet of seeds – all too big, woody and hot to eat.
Garden junk on an old iron bakery rack
My friends got a new golden puppy named Beamer – his older brother, Bentley, died recently and I’ve always said if you’re a dog person, you gotta have a dog. And so they have a new puppy.
Yesterday I posted the trunk show video and so many of you watched it. Thank you for all your compliments! I will be mailing out autographed books in September but will NOT keep track of preorders. If you send me money now I’m going to keep your money and throw away your request – I’m serious! I WILL NOT ACCEPT PREORDERS. I will let you know as soon as Martingale sends the books to us. It will also be available from Martingale and Amazon.
I’m an old lady with too much to do – bear with me. I promise I will get books sent out immediately when they arrive. If I hear from Martingale what date they’re shipping you’ll be the first to know. Connie will have to drive back to Garner to autograph the books. yikes!
I’m off to the barn with Hazel to close the doors.