Not too long ago, our neighbor's tree came the rest of the way down.
It took our power line down with it. And damaged the entrance cable. And other stuff that I don't understand.
This happened on a Tuesday. We were without power from about 2pm on Tuesday to about 5:30pm on Wednesday. And hosted a party at 8pm on Wednesday. It was CRAZY, but everything came together just in time. I am awfully grateful for electricity. I really take it for granted, but laundry, cooking, keeping food fresh, having light in the bathroom, cooling the house ... all these things are pretty essential to my everyday life.
I don't have much to report these days. Nothing new to the house, except the new electrical service. But I've been taking pictures of my garden, so that's what you get today.
That's a carrot.
A black-eyed Susan, transplanted from my sister's front garden in PA.
Begonias. (Still waiting to be planted.)
Lettuce. I like it.
Mother's Day rose. Still lovin' it.
A tomato blossom.
An eager cucumber vine.
If I can just keep Lily from destroying any more plants (current count: one bean plant, one squash plant, one leek), I'll be in good shape. The rope fence is not entirely reliable at keeping her out. We're looking into other options.