We are watching July come to an end.
It's been a scorching, hot month and the gardens are needing extra attention to keep them from drying up.
All but my chili peppers are bursting forward...I have picked only one and passed it on to chef Mike, my son-in-law.
The sweet green pepper are almost ready to pick, stuff and cover with a favorite cheese
for a quick and easy dinner.
I had some 7 grain bread crust to add to the feeder today. Bread is not advised for wild-life but this one is full of grain and seeds that I made an exception.
I did get to one summer bazaar but it's been a quiet weekend, albeit a busy one with our grand-dog, Forrest.
He came for a weekend sleep-over
and has us back in 'dog mode' again.
There is no love lost between HE and the two princesses that call the mouse-house home.
Plus, this idea of a treat after dinner...what's up with that?
They will be glad to see the tail-end of him tonight.
And he'll be going home with a basket of veggie goodness for his
That's what I do love about seeing July come to a close for another year.
"Is that 85 lbs. of uselessness gone yet?"
"Easy, Audrey. That sweet dog is your family...like it or not."