I’m not spending time weeding, the weeds are on their own when it is this hot. What I am doing is moving shade plants that found themselves in the blazing sun after a huge maple tree came down. The transition is complete, but now I’m having to water a couple of times a day and there are a couple of the smaller ones I may lose. Good thing I always have more plants.
I’m also working on converting a tree stump to a permanent fairy house. Feel free to join the rest of my family who think I am nuts and wish I’d get over my fairy house fixation. My husband built me a roof structure so today I painted it before we affix it to the stump tomorrow.
As long as the AC keeps running and the ceiling fans keep turning, I’m okay with the heat but the humidity could sure come down a little. Hot days also mean we have a bumper crop of tomatoes, slicers and cherry, cucumbers by the bags full, peppers, and carrots for our resident rabbit, Herbert Menninger. Good eating.
When I have to give up being outside because I feel like my brain is frying, I get back to work on my quilting project. All 50 quilt blocks are done, now on to squaring them up and sashing.
Gardening, quilting, and planning a mid September road trip to see Gettysburg – life is good. 🙂