No, no, I'm not going anywhere. I'm talking about leftovers or the tail ends of things. This is the final bouquet from the garden: zinnias, Stella D'oro lilies, and a bit of tall phlox. I would wail for the flowers as it is my nature except that I just read yesterday not to weep for the flowers for they'll be back. Of course!
While I never took my nap yesterday, Fioré slept the afternoon away right there.
[Edited to Add: March 28, 2019
I was visiting this post in order to remove that PhotoBlicket mess and nearly keeled over looking at this photo. I was quite sure that I would edit it differently today. Thought that I'd share the results with you below...
Ahhhh...much better to my eye at least.]
Unless waking for rowdy squirrel, chipmunk or Molly watching... This is the tail end of the leaves. Many are on the ground now.
What did I decide my decorating style was? Can't remember, though this picture seems to indicate "Grandma's Attic."
Awww, such kitty sweetness. It's very hard for me not to disturb her when she's looking this adorable. Only a kitty lover would understand this.
We're coming to the end of the giant tomatoes. BLTs for supper again last night as that's our favorite way to enjoy them. I bought a crusty white loaf for bread as our usual 12 grain whole wheat just doesn't cut it for sandwiches. Then I prepared bacon in the oven my friend Diane's way. She says the secret is to put the bacon in a cold oven and then to set the oven at 375° for 20 minutes. For me, it takes more like 30 to 40 minutes. It's perfect every time. I crinkle aluminum foil first and then spread it out placing the bacon on top. I do not overcrowd the pan. The crinkled foil allows the bacon grease to drain while the bacon remains on top of the crinkles. Do you make bacon in the oven, too?
I'm just now watching the sun strike what little gold is on the trees...lovely! And finally!
Have a great Thursday...