The last summer Season Week-end was muted by reports of looking out for the storm. Still work-orders were high. I had a heck of a time working extra-long plus waking up early to see some folks visiting the area, n am trying to recover on these days off, back to regular scheduling finally.
Found some tiny zucchini n another deformed (twisted barbell) cuke out in the garden this week. The tomatoes fell over a few times in the wind, but is still producing some good ones. Made a crock pot of stewed with garden oregano last week- adding pasta, n ricotta to it again tonight. So good, but glad I'm not depending on crops to eat all year... Farmers n the Cranberry crop will yield way down here this year.
Yesterday the storm has thrown a very little bit of rain n drizzle, in between bands of blue sky, 90F degrees every few minutes. Will still continue today. On the week-end a few local folks reported excellent fishing. Someone at work got 50 in a half hour, n his freezer is full for the year.
A shame you have to pay for a salt-water fishing license here now. No such thing as free food anymore. Even the garden costs alot for seeds n pest control these days.
The waves in my pics From August used in today's post were much larger than the ones observed the Labor Day at the end of my road beach, during the closest Hermine winds were here from off-shore. No flooding or damage to speak of anywhere up here. We were lucky n unimpressed.
Yep, those little ones are part of my extended family. They were entertained that way for quite awhile. in turn, they entertained the troop of adults behind them.
I'm trying to stay entertained with movies. I Watched "World War Z" with Brad Pitt, another Zombie flick- n "Super 8" because it was directed by JJ Abrams, n produced by Steven Spielberg. It was about kids making a Zombie movie. I actually made a short horror film on 8mm film back in the day. Wonder where I packed it... in storage somewhere. Yep I recommend "Super 8" for Sci-Fi fans due to an invented alien from Area 51 in it. Plus it was well done.
I always say I'll make a Zombie film first, because there's such a huge fan base, especially around Halloween time, One of those would pay for the rest of the less popular genre films I have listed in my backlog que... Even Arnold n Brad are doing them. Doing projects in waves is the answer- I'm sure of it.
Now all I need is free time n that winning lottery tix. I just scratched up $100 on a $5 one. Magnify!
(made the altered from this one)
N now, back to waves of everyday life...