Welcome to Three Thing Thursday, where I share three things and hopefully you do too.
1. Today I will accompany the owner of Sandpiper Reef on a very important catering mission in the county. I can't wait. Although I am tempted to wear the crab hat on this noteworthy journey, common
2. Later today I will meet up with my college roommate, Iris, and her family. Twenty five years ago this May we graduated. From college. It seems like only yesterday.
3. All my tomato plants are gone thanks to some killer, mutant, blood-sucking, Only in Mathews County creature the size of an anaconda, with horns, fangs, and a million legs--all of which were clutching nastily (it's a word) to my poor little helpless plants. I swatted them all clear across the yard like softballs, but it's too late for my precious tomato plants. Thankfully, my daughter has some tomatoes doing well in another part of the yard, and my mother has the Garden of Eden next door. So we will not be without tomatoes this summer. Still, this will be the first time in four years there will be no tomatoes at my back stoop.
3b. Did I just say stoop?
Now it's your turn to share three or more things. If one of them includes a way to organically fight killer, mutant, blood-sucking caterpillars the size of anacondas, I'm all
|Last bridge photo, I promise.|