Hummingbirds are swarming like bees around here; I've never had so many, but the World Wide Web tells me this time of year is best for hummingbird-watchers. Six cups of nectar placed in the feeders lasts only about twenty-four hours.
Have you received an email saying that on August 27, 2010, Mars will be as big as the moon? Check it out on Snopes; it's a hoax.
Bonnie and Clyde seem to be doing fine, and we're consuming raw milk again.
The horse guy was back yesterday; since I helped him put an ad on Craigslist, guess who gets to email the people who respond to the ad wanting bigger pictures and a copy of the horse's pedigree?
That'd be me (imagine me taking a bow... NOT).
The oldest granddaughter is spending a couple of days here; she and I might do a little shopping after Cliff goes to work to meet his quota of overtime for the month. Two Fridays a month will satisfy his employer's demand for twenty hours of overtime work.
I'm hoping Cliff and I can work in a motorcycle ride tomorrow.
After all the earlier worrying about my tomato crop, those pitiful, bedraggled plants are still giving me tomatoes. That late zucchini plant is still thriving and supplying zucchinis, the first zucchini plant I've had in years that haven't been killed by squash bugs!
We've gone several days without rain, and there's none in the forecast until Wednesday. The past three days have been heavenly, with early-morning lows in the fifties. What a treat!
So, that's my report for today.