In other news, our internet has been down for a week. I read three books this week. Good stuff. Besides harvesting projects and sewing. I miss the ready communications with the Jenny and Lisl the most. But Lisl called this morning and made up for her part of it by visiting for a long time. Jube is putting sounds together, she says. Otherwise, I'm sorry, about the loss of the one phone that actually rings at our house as well. Tell me, are we so important that one week off the grid so to speak is such a bad thing? I sincerely doubt it. If you REALLY must get us, please text one of us. We always get those texts.
The garden is finishing with a flourish of illions of Roma tomatoes. Each week we can up a few more jars of them. There will be plenty for us and Carolyn both.
And with zinnia to my hearts content. I thought the rabbits were never going to leave them alone so that we could finally get flowers, but we are enjoying many bouquets of them on our table.
We are harvesting grapes and juicing them. So far we have 15 quart. These grapes are not your regular domestic Concord grape...not at all. This is a wild variety that pretty well takes over wherever a start decides to grow. For the almost 27 years that we have lived here we have enjoyed the wonderful screen the vines create. The fruit thereof is quite tangy and sour. I tried to make jelly different times but it ended up runny and awful.
The birds like them, too. Robins talk and scold quietly in the depths.
Have a wonderful Sunday.