There is time for one more gardening class this week – pruning with the resident Brookgreen Gardens’ arborist on Wednesday.
I’ve finished some paper craft projects that I’ll show next week. One is in the mail as a birthday gift so I have to wait until it’s received.
There’s also a need to get back to sewing to make a couple of projects for the February ladies luncheon. I bought a pair of jeans at Goodwill for $5 so I’m anxious to see what I can do with them.
One thing this area has plenty of is good restaurants, and some of the offerings are definitely unique. Last week, I saw fried bologna sandwich on the menu. A friend enjoyed this BLT with fried green tomato and said it was delicious. I must admit to partaking of the french fries with cheese and bacon along with my favorite peach beer. Health food, it’s not, but tasty it was.
The roads have a uniqueness too. In New England, we have roundabouts. There are usually four entry points, you wait your turn like at a four-way stop, you move into the traffic flow, and go around to your exit point. Here there are median crossovers, and in most cases there will be three or four between traffic lights. It is a little challenging with road construction, orange cones, natives, and tourists all trying to utilize these crossovers.
The weather will be in the mid 50’s this week with no snow in the forecast. 🙂
Today is a NH friend’s birthday, and he happens to be here as well, so Happy, Happy Birthday. 🎂
If that isn’t enough, my Walking Iris is going to bloom again today. Life is good, and I hope it is the same for you.
Are you reading something good or working on anything special as we slide right on into February?