A friend came and took away all my ripe tomatoes, so hopefully I won't have to can any more until Monday, at least.
This friend has a lot to do with our present happiness and contentment. You see, when Cliff was going through a bad time employment-wise, she put in a good word for him and got him a job at the place where he still works.
She didn't know us, had never met us. She is a longtime friend with former neighbors of ours, and I guess she took those people's word for it that Cliff was a good worker, and saw to it that he got a job. We will be forever grateful. I'd give her half my gold mine, if I had one. Tomatoes are nothing.
We're looking at a quickie road trip, but of course we'll have the laptop along. Thank goodness for the loved ones nearby who take care of our dog and keep an eye out on our place.
Wednesday I will be going to the Green Day concert with two grandkids and one other person. I can't wait! I will be taking earplugs. Not because I don't like the music, but because the screaming is going to be top-volume. Oh yes, I am taking my camera.
I took care of my hummingbirds today, since they had been sadly neglected.
I froze some green beans. We did some quick grocery-shopping.
It was a good day, as are most of my days.
Oh, I see a neighbor who checks in on my blog often finally took the time to actually read a few entries! Welcome, Classicnet neighbor. I wondered when you'd spend some time here.