The dusty mess, that is – it will take a month just to clean it all up and another month to sort, throw and put everything back where it belongs. Ugh! Rick will not be home from Phoenix until Monday night and that’s probably a good thing because I’ll have time to at least get his clothes back in place. Here are my clothes, all in a pile on the cupboard bed where I’d like to sleep tonight. Ugh again.
Tucker has been such a good boy that I let him sleep in the house last night and he was perfect. Leo, a golden doodle, arrived at noon today and the two of them are having a fun afternoon. Leo will be here until Saturday night which will give them plenty of time to explore the grove together and play/wrestle in the snow.
Yesterday I was quilting and Tucker decided to lay at the left side of the machine so that it was necessary for me to straddle him at the start of each row. Poor guy was so tired I did not have the heart to make him move.
Regarding the Hoya plant – mine are in east, south and west windows and they all bloom but the key to getting them to bloom is making them pot bound. Do not transplant them thinking you’re doing the plant a favor – they need to be pot bound in order to bloom.
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