Sowing Summertime Pleasure
Posted by Nancy on May 30, 2008
While I was gone this week Bud got tired of fighting our old laptop and bought a new Acer that does wonderful things. Office Depot had a great sale, and the price was amazing. They are approaching throw-away status.
The only question is, why do we need two laptops and two desktops for two people? Not like they’re all new, but they’re all here. I think the one desktop could probably go and free up some space, since it is seldom used except when there are a bunch of grandkids here who want to play games. I use a laptop for work, but that second one….
I finally finished planting the petunias in the park, but am still committed to helping the local historical society plant some in the township’s two “pocket parks” tomorrow. That may or may not happen though, with thunderstorms predicted to go through the state tonight. We could use some rain, but I’m not looking forward to any violent weather. This has been such a weird spring, with below normal temperatures and above normal tornadoes across the midwest.
This evening I replanted squash and cucumbers in my garden, since the first batch didn’t come up. I seem to be out of luck on the spinach and lettuce though since the store didn’t have any of those. Maybe I will try somewhere else tomorrow. At least the peas are finally up.
Katie gave me Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister by Gregory Maguire today. She says it is a pretty good book, so that is my next adventure into semi-fine literature, but one of these days I’m going to have to pull out some classic literature and give my brain some real exercise. Somehow the vampires and werewolves I have read recently, and now take-offs on fairy tales, seem a little, um, fluffy.
Ah, but that’s what summer reading is all about – an easy escape. All I need now is a beach and a hammock, then all will be right with the world.