Hello again and welcome back! This past weekend we went to Pittsburgh and when we came back (add another two days) we found that my rose bush had bloomed – and bloomed spectacularly! Of course, I immediately rushed for my camera and snapped several pictures.
Welcome back! It’s another Tuesday, and it’s time to fangirl and cry over characters dying talk about one of my favorite things: shows.
Everybody knows that TV shows are essential to nearly everyone – I tried to avoid TV-watching for SO long, taking pride in the fact that yes, the only thing I have watched on TV other than PBS Kids was baseball. That all changed when last year we arrived home from being in the mountains and our friend Dr. Potter had gotten us a Roku for our TV.
Happy Thursday! The other day I was scrolling through my referrers and I noticed two tags that I had been tagged for and forgotten about! So sorry, Olivia and Julia, that I haven’t done these yet. Now I shall do them 🙂
Vale, May! You were good while you lasted but it is time for June 😀
JUST KIDDING! May was amazing and happy with a teeny bit of not good all at the same time. I’m not quite sure how I’ll explain all of that to you, so how about you ignore all of that. And guys – I deserve worst blogger in the world award for FORGETTING. AGAIN. Ughhh, guys, I’m sorry!!!!!!!!
Hey you! Welcome back to the second day of my ramblings in a row! (I congratulate you for getting through my posts😂) Today, I’m fulfilling my promises in sharing a cornfield photoshoot with you. As you probably already know, I was in Pennsylvania for the weekend, and my grandparents’ backyard goes up against one of the fields of a nearby farm. In the place where my grandparents live, they’re close to the city but there are tons of farms around and it can be very rural. It always makes me happy to arrive at their house when it’s warm and smell cow poop 😛 That’s a weird thing to say, but to me, it kind of brings back a lot of good memories.