And I finally have dust control! I also own the dubious distinction of being the last person in Hancock County to get it! I never complain to the engineer’s office so I don’t know why my name would have such a black mark but I suppose somebody has to be last.
My friend Charlene wondered about living with all that dust and I guess we’re just used to it. Our house sits pretty close to the gravel road and there is soooo much truck and farm equipment on our road that dust just comes with living in the country. One of my friends has a very long lane and I’ll bet she doesn’t have road dust!
Roxie is settling in and becoming more relaxed about being outside with us. She has learned to use the dog door both directions – yahoo! Here she is, trying to be nice to Pammie!
I was recently at Walmart and they had a new shipment of houseplants. I have had such good luck with Walmart succulents and house plants – I can usually find something unusual and almost always they are healthy and reasonably priced. Here is a new Z Z plant and a Ponytail Palm. I’ve had both before but sold them in elaborate planters. These two are living on the screened porch until I’m sure they’re bug free and healthy.