Who knew what the weather was going to be today? Started out around 60 and ended up at 84.
Decided to put the ponies on the pastures that I had mown a few days ago.
Barb helped with chores...we are a good team. Never, never have I had someone who just knew what to do. She works very hard for the comfort of all the ponies.
Sally wondered what kind of plant was going to grow up Gary's beautiful creation.
Here it is...
Gar was down at Jen's by 7:15 to watch the boys. I did a few things around the house.
The other day we bombed out in our search for chairs, but today we found just what we wanted. Two black leather Club Chairs to go with our black leather couch.
It's all Brenda and Al's fault. When they gave us this beautiful oriental rug, we just had to spiff up the kitchen! Delivery on Thursday...yay!!!!!
By the time we got home, it had really gotten warm outside. The kitties were lounging on the back porch.
L'orange Marmalade wants to be a movie star when he grows up.
Gary had duty at the Welcome Center and I needed to mow the lawn....ALREADY.
Do you know what this plant is? Comfrey. My friend Andrea (the horse trainer from England) gave us this little tiny plant many years ago, and it is now 4 feet high and about eight feet in diameter. It can be used as a poultice for horses. What did I know???
So I mowed....
All the rain has given us very green, beautiful grass. My friends Sue, Terry, Annette and Gayle are all talking about how dry it is where they live... Some strange weather.
84 degrees and humidity brought out lots of bugs. The ponies stayed in the indoor much of the day with all the doors and windows open. They were finally interested in going back out once it clouded over...just when I went out to grain them.
Went in to make dinner and look who was sleeping on my clothes in the bedroom!
Had to have a lighter dinner tonight. One of those big salads with chicken, onion, pears, apples, crumbly blue and a few slivered almonds. I know, it's a gigantic ...but that's all we had and we are hogs (I guess).
Storm warnings for tonight...and 90 degrees in the forecast by mid week.