Yep, we're at 98 degrees outside today, so I thought it would be
interesting to look back one year and see what was happening in
the July heat of 2013.
I was carrying frozen jugs of water to all the animals, every few hours.
Folly and Fancy were coping up on top of the nest box... and I put a quart bottle up there for them.
The beans were not doing so hot. They got planted late last year, and I didn't get much of a yield from them.
Here was the orange asclepias that disappeared over the winter... it was a beautiful plant. The yellow, on it's left... survived.
The birds in the old henyard were hunkered down in the cool shady dirt.
Neighbor Troy was finishing cutting our pasture.
These beautiful little guys were still alive... and so loved.
And so was our Little Doll.... whose head popped down onto my foot whenever I sat for a minute.
How we miss our lost pets.
This evening, I'm going to the second-to-last tee ball game for little Jax. Tomorrow morning,
the contractor who will be putting our house back together again will be here at 9, to show me
what they will be doing. We hope they can get the work done this week.
The big fans and humidifiers went out of here at noon today, to the home of a family
who came home from a weekend trip to find their home flooded.
It's so quiet! Just like I like it!
Severe thunderstorms possible tonight, so I'll take pictures!