A couple of years ago, a very enterprising fellow discovered a way to make a few extra bucks. It didn’t last long because the store manager asked him to stop. He did. From this situation we came up with this song and Huncle C and the Big Dio put it together. If you have head phones you’ll hear the song much better.
Sad to say our summer has past and, officially, it is autumn. Thankfully, the weather is still mild but the sun rises later in the morning and sets earlier in the evening, so we know that the nice weather won’t last. Autumn is a time of preparation and reflection. So if you can steal a few moments with your children and spend some time together, do it now.
Since I wasn’t able to post all the photos at once, I’m dragging this out. However, by not posting everything at once you have the opportunity to examine the photos more closely. The first photo is of a prize lily. I transplanted them and their corm is the size of a small pumpkin. It looks like a pumpkin too. The flowers are large and very fragrant.
The second photo is of a pink rose from a bush our younger daughter gave me one year for Mother’s Day. It has grown into a mighty size and is very prolific. The pink is delicate and fragrant.
The third photo is of snap dragons that have self seeded and grow all over. They too are very fragrant and multicoloured. Perhaps I should just paint all of them?
Technically speaking it’s still summer so we still barbecue and hamburgers are very popular at our place. In fact we probably barbecue all year round. You can feed a lot of people with a barbecue and we’re a big family so we have a lot of people to feed.
For some reason this song gets a lot of play in the US. The video is just a fun time because the Kool man is our grandson.
This new editor is complicating things, so I’m rising to the challenge and let’s see if I can post more of my potential subjects for painting….ah HA it worked. So here is a rose that starts out yellow with orange edges. It has an intense scent. Next are the Lupins. At one point my neighbours called me Lady of the Lupins. The last photo is of sage that seems to winter well and is very prolific.
You would think I would have had time to do some painting but that wasn’t so. Caught up in the everyday matters leaves little time for that. However, I do have so photos that I think would make a lovely subject matter for a painting. Please have a look and let me know what you think. Looks like they will only let me post one picture at a time.
It was a beautiful weekend and we were very much into preparing for the on coming winter. Not only us, the squirrels were too, and they were making nest in our neighbour’s attic. You can listen to swo8 Blues Jazz on any streaming site. That could make us a infinitesimal, fraction of penny too. Do pennies exist anymore?
It was in September that we arrived in Moscow. It was cold and it rained a lot. Our apartment was near Pushkin’s Square and we within walking distance of the Kremlin and Red Square. In our explorations of the area we found this lovely Italian restaurant the Da Pino Restaurant. The food was excellent and the prices most reasonable. On top of that there was live entertainment – the piano man. He really could play…..
Thank you Don and Tubularsock for your suggestions. I’ll give this three tries before declaring it a SNFU. So here goes: