I had a good time yesterday at lunch with my daughter. We alternate who picks up the bill. Yesterday was my turn.
She brought the book “Fear” by Bob Woodward for me to read. It was good timing, as I’d just finished “Three Things About Elsie.”
I gave Charlie a Composure chewable before I left and he seemed fine when I got home. I was only gone an hour because she had to go back to work.
It is overcast and cool this morning.
I love the feel of the soft breeze cooling my cheeks, and the plants that were so tired of the summer heat are rebounding a bit for a last hurrah.
Seems like just yesterday I was buying my spring flowers at the nursery and here it is the end of the season.
Charlie and I were just outside. I noticed that I still have red, lavender and black petunias blooming. Also yellow roses, salvia, white alyssum, pentas, and lantana.
The sedum autumn joy blooms are now as dark as they’re probably going to get.
The passion vine is producing a bloom every day or so, and since the heat has let up, there is a clematis vine flower. And of course there are the prolific purple morning glories.
There are moths and butterflies and wasps and bees buzzing about. My patio seems to always have something going on. It’s so nice to have so much of nature right outside my patio door.
I saw this about dogs on Pinterest. It didn’t say who wrote it. Just that the person who posted it was a friend of the guy who did write it.
I thought I’d share it with you dog lovers.