Gorgeous, isn't it?
I know nothing about mushrooms (and hate eating them) but still think they are fascinating to see growing in the yard.
Here is Watson the surrogate mum; all four babies alive and well.
The garage chicks have settled in nicely with the adult chickens. While still a bit skittish, they are doing better.
Life has been a bit stressful lately away from the chickens. Last week the furnace died for the final time and this week my car needed serious work. It's been repaired now so I get to return the loaner. Funnily enough, I'd rather have my ratty old car than a 2014 model.
I had a conversation with a man recently that seemed innocuous enough at the time, but left me feeling anxious and bad about everybody. I wonder if he thinks being Christian (which he mentioned) makes up for the fact that he is like poison.
On a brighter note; Robert Glenister, my favorite British actor, was in the final episode of Vera! Great series.
I mowed the lawn tonight and feel covered in dust and grit. We really need rain. The garden is picking up the pace though. Now showing: potatoes, onions, lettuce, peas, carrots, leeks and cabbages. Still more to plant this weekend.