The weekend flew by so fast and now we are headed to Monday
evening. How did that happen?
I started working on a project this morning and I had every intention of
sharing it with you, but then realized it won't get done today and really
why am I pushing myself so hard to get it finished?
Here is a picture of my potting sink that I took a few weeks ago.
My little plant was full of blossoms and brightened up that spot.
Well …. not anymore. The snails ate it down to the roots. I was
just sick when I looked at it. I have not had much luck with any
flowering plants down here. I think I need to have someone come
over and show me what I am doing wrong.
Yesterday we went to David's company picnic. I was talking to the CFO
who lives in Goliad ( a charming town just west of here) on lots of
acreage. He told me the wild boars came through and ate all the plants
around his house. Can you imagine? I would be so made at them. I
don't think I would want to confront them and scold them about it
because they can be pretty mean. After that discussion, I decided that
I can handle a few snails. I will have to get tougher and braver to
confront wild boars.
Texas is such a wild place lol!
Did y'all watch the Belmont Stakes to see American Pharaoh
win the Triple Crown? I thought I was going to jump right out
of my skin! I think I have told you many, many times by now
how much I love horses. After the race and all the commentaries
were over I immediately went onto Zillow and started looking
for a some land. I told David I can't stand it another minute,
I need a horse!
And David knows that when I set my mind on something, it
usually works out. Which reminds me, I am planning on writing
a post about my past manifestation successes. Maybe I can get
that done by tomorrow, or certainly sometime this week.
I will tell you how it's done and how you can do it too.
Well, that's all the news for now. I am going to finish cleaning up
my project materials and get in thirty minutes of yoga before I
start making dinner. I promised Bentley we would have some
fish for dinner and a promise is a promise!
Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley