this to this. Next up is the remaining burro's tail and ajuka in another bed. I regret having introduced them and it is time for them to get curtailed. Hopper may not be happy about the clean out. Fortunately, his chain is short.
While I was working on the columbine bed, the biggest bee I have ever seen began cruising the iris. It was easily an inch and a half long. It sounded like a little airplane, coming in for a landing.
signed by at least five kids; most notably Jeff, who must have been well acquainted with it. It originally came from the Cave of the Mounds and I can just imagine the kids (as adults) all talking about it. "Remember that board that dad used to make us sign after he whacked us with it? What was that about, anyway?".
I remember getting it with a willow switch a couple of times. I had to go cut the thing myself and I thought that was really adding insult to injury. But, I never had to sign off on it. What a bizarre souvenir. I bet Jeff still thinks about it. At least we will all be immune, once we reach seventy six years of age.
Awhile back, I joined a quilting group. We just finished the Memorial Day 2012 raffle quilt. It can be had for a whole dollar! If you'd like a chance, I have tickets. Ticket sales benefit the United Methodist Women's group.
More photos are here.