Sunday, June 7, 2015

Sunday Scrambled Ramblings

“Sunday is the golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week.” 
- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Hello my dear friends and happy Sunday to all.  I'm having a late start to the day and loving it.

It surely is a gorgeous morning in my neck of the woods. That's very refreshing because this past whole week the nights and mornings left much to be desired.  It's been quite chilly and my peppers have not been loving it, not one little bit.  I lost two cayenne peppers so far and one sweet bell pepper looks like it's going to quit on me too. 7°C nights are simply not acceptable.

The upcoming week looks very promising though. Nightly temperatures of 15°C or over, daily highs mostly in upper twenties with some rain and sunshine.  Tuesday night we are expecting only 11°C but I think we can live with that if it's only one night.

Today Angel and I have an exciting day in store.  We will build a small, two step ladder to climb the first big branch of our Crimson King maple tree.  I have everything ready and I think that will be a fun little project.  I love working with tools.

Now I'm going to finish my late morning tea and watch Nibble perform acrobatics up in the big tree for a little bit.  Oh yes, his exercises have progressed to a new level and he is doing great so far.



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  3. Nice photo, Kamyria. Sorry you lost some of your plants. It's not warming up too much here, either, but it will. Weekend's over. Boo hoo. Susan

  4. Glad to hear Nibble is doing so well!

  5. I have been wondering how Nibble was faring...good news!!!
    Sorry about your plants. I know how I feel when mine die or do not do to well. Our weather has been warm and humid so our Peony plants are truly gorgeous! I posted about them today.
    I am retired so everyday is like a weekend :))