It took five months, but we now have a cool new front door.
And now for something completely different: it may come as a shock to you, but I have read a book. More than one, actually.
The extreme heat isn’t keep the natural denizens from making appearances around our house.
There was a long truce between #99 and #100 — but the Great Armadillo War has resumed.
What can I say about our 50-year marriage except…thank you, God!
An illogical rule (IMO) disallowed us from participating in the 4th of July parade as we’d done several times in the past.
When we noticed caterpillars on our firecracker plants, we didn’t realize we were viewing a phenomenon that has been recognized for only a few years.
Part one of Part 16 (confusing, right?) was all about insects. In Part 2, we move higher up the food chain.
In the first of this two part series, we take a quick look at some local phenomena in the insect world.
Replacing our decades-old sprinkler system controller seemed like a daunting task, but it turned out to be so simple that even I could do it.