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Evil Witch


Some evil witch put a spell upon me but after a week of small
misfortunes, not the least of which was a haircut that almost
scalped me, I think it is over and my world OK.

Jose and I have been walking with neighbors who are dog walkers. It is fun for us both but especially Jose. When
we meet the pack on the corner there are lots of snuffles and
squeals to welcome us. Jose keeps up with the big dogs but
he is exhausted when we get home. He starts begging to leave
several hours before it is cool enough to go.

Our Laura, my grand daughter has moved to New York City to
seek her fortune in fashion design. Teal has given her
the names of several friends who can help orient her and steer her in the right direction, for which her mother and
I are very grateful.

My garden is flourishing. It consists of squash and tomatoes
and hope. The herbs are outdoing themselves. Parsley must
love our soil, it looks like it is on steroids.

Mike and Fredo have a beautiful garden, far beyond the scope of mine. Fredo provides the supervision of course.


posted on June 1, 2017 5:29 AM ()

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How great that she is in NYC!!! And Teal helping is priceless. All sounds well!
comment by kristilyn3 on June 10, 2017 10:32 AM ()
I like the description of your garden produce -- squash, tomatoes, hope. Hope you get great yields.
comment by drmaus on June 1, 2017 2:03 PM ()
I am hoping for a harvest. I have never tried squash in containers before.
Last summer was such a disappointment. I yearned for a tomato sandwich.
reply by elderjane on June 3, 2017 9:37 AM ()
The quality of the home grown squash and especially tomatoes is so much better. I have four of each plant which is probably plenty for my small family.
reply by elderjane on June 2, 2017 7:53 AM ()
My efforts at planting flowers succeeded one season and were destroyed by hurricane Thelma. It's like a higher authority was telling me "don't even think about it." As time wears on, I have less energy for outdoor work. Trimming the bougainvillea can lay me low for a day. So I am impressed by all who can garden and succeed. Waiting for a call back from a new lawn mowing guy because the one I was using disappeared. WTF?? I am using Tamy for the bushes. She's super.
comment by tealstar on June 1, 2017 8:40 AM ()
Yard work is exhausting and my efforts are in containers. I have neighboring twins who keep the lawn mowed. They are fifteen and are making a mint. Their Dad is a doctor and he is teaching them to be enterprising.
reply by elderjane on June 2, 2017 7:57 AM ()
I planted seed last weekend but it has been so cool and wet that I may have to replant, which is unfortunate since we have such a short growing season. Plant some garlic to keep the witch at bay, or does that only work for vampires?
comment by jjoohhnn on June 1, 2017 6:31 AM ()
Garlic must only work for vampires because I have some planted. The squash
is up and flourishing. Hope you don't have to start over.
reply by elderjane on June 2, 2017 7:59 AM ()

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