Happy Father's Day out there! We're celebrating here with Father's Day Eggs Benedict, Mike's favorite breakfast. Aside from being Father's Day, it's going to be a day to catch-up, and then hopefully, I can feel as if I'm back into a routine. We had a nice day yesterday. There was a lot to do during the day. I spent the morning hoeing weeds in the garden. We had so much rain for the two weeks prior, it was hard to find a day to get out and wallow in the mud without getting soaked to the skin. Yesterday was my day, and the weeds were having quite a party in among the vegetables. I hoed those suckers until not a single one was left standing. Sometimes you just have to bring in the big guns, you know?
I was tired when I finished with that, and so I sat under a tree for a while, cooling off, and enjoying a tasty refreshing beverage. Then, I grabbed up the camera and took a little walk around. I was most excited to see flowers on one of the pickling cucumbers. Upon closer inspection, I noticed an eensy-weensy cucumber. It's blurred in the image below, but you can see another one right behind it.
And so that brings me to the "taking stock" portion of this post. I need to water the flower pots and do some weeding this morning. Oh yes, and first...eggs benedict for the father of my children. After that, I need to finish unpacking the camper from our last trip. I've been bringing things in piecemeal, but there is still some stuff to bring inside and put away. After that, I can finally get back to my sewing. I've been threatening to start on this Sonora Desert piece, but I've taken it no farther than the picture I showed you last week.