I have a list of images to load for this post- but can not get the "insert / upload image" window to load after hours of trying again. Will try again another day...
Finally I got some long-awaited, unscheduled, free-time to get to many waiting things on my back-log list, including sleeping later n reading alot. I paid attention to Mischief, the deck garden, n the lawn.
I cut some tree branches getting too close to the house, n sprayed weed-killer on the three types of vines trying to take over the shed n back of the house. They spread so quickly this year, I can't keep up with them. Last year's cutting back barely made a dent in their rapid progress across the sides of the house.
The neighbors were back, n then finally closed up n left this afternoon so I could open the curtains to let the light in again. That made puttering around the yard so much easier. But before they left I sneaked a pic of their unique colored rainbow kayak.
Wish I had another free week like all these other vaca tourist folks- Hopefully I'll get one in September before it gets too chilly out to paint some worn out spots, n spruce up a bit in here. It'll be amazing if I can not just sleep thru the entire week n do nothing else- I'm so worn out!
Time has been my main Bone of Contention this summer. I've barely had any time for blogging or reading lately. With my new ISP, all is taking longer with additional steps n a slower connection. Posting has been taking hours this way. Blog reading has suffered as well.
Someday work will slow down, n it won't feel like Mission Impossible to complete orders on time every night[ then I won't get home so late. One more month I need to wait for relief... n more time.
Until then at least I get some relaxing pics to sooth me in my few minutes...
There's something wonderful about those clouds over the water.
This week's Day Off treated me with another awesomely decorated sunset. It reminded me of another posted on ESR
that appeared to have Japanese written across the sky. The criss-crossed cloud lines really are a strange phenomenon, n still I wonder how they form like that here, reminiscent of very wide contrails or bold brush-strokes across an otherwise normal cove-scape.
Yep! Missing some awesome pics here! Shall return...