Tuesday morning and I slept in because when the alarm woke me up, I turned it off, rolled over, and went back to sleep. What did finally rouse me into full wakefulness was the thought that I was going to be late for work. That and the dogs pawing at me to let me know they had to go 'potty outside.' The thought of being late for work was something I could ignore, the 'potty outside' could not.
Outside, the sky is overcast. We have a 60% chance of rain today. We had a lot of rain last summer, this year we may see a repeat. Even so, I still need to water the veggies and the flowers, which happens daily. I might swing over to the store this morning and pick up a few more herbs. I already have rosemary, which is actually a shrub, but I want to get some coriander (which, for those of you who don't know, is also chamomile).
I snapped this picture of Lily yesterday, isn't she the perfect little lady? You can see a fragment of one of her bones tucked safely into the little bookcase. Now you have to admit, she is so ready for prime time.
OMG the dogggie!ReplyDelete
And of course Faux News is not going to broadcast something that will find THEM guilty of fuckery. The MAGAts are circling wagons cause they know the truth is going to hurt them. Get ready for TON of gaslighting a ton.
Also, keep in mind that the Murdoch family would see an American insurrection as good for business.Delete
Fix News can't handle the truth.ReplyDelete
Coriander is also Cilantro; well, cilantro is the leaves and coriander is the seeds of the same plant.
And it makes everything pop! Coriander / cilantro, not FoxDelete
They won't air it because they know their selves and the GOP are a bunch of lairs. Lily looks rather nice with the desk. The prefect desk accessory.ReplyDelete
She is the perfect, little lady.Delete
I read the article you sent. I ties in nicely with the subject of the latest book. Hard to believe so much of that is going on in Europe.ReplyDelete
I was really surprised when I saw it since it was something I pretty much made up. or at least I thought I made it up.Delete
I adore coriander but can't grow it for love nor money!ReplyDelete
Growing up in a PA Dutch community, it wasn't until I was an adult that I discovered it.Delete