Despite the brutal heat wave, nature continues her eternal cycles. Late in the day, when the yard is in shade, is when I enjoy getting outdoors and enjoying the display.
Our plums are beginning to ripen. We’ve already picked half a dozen. Soon we’ll have more than we know what to do with!
The figs, and wild blackberries and wild black cherries are also maturing nicely.
Wild oxeye daisies are blooming.
And another year is almost halfway gone. That’s a significant milestone when your hair is silver. 🙂
I am REALLY enjoying my ukulele. I’m working on combining simple picking and chording for the most elementary introduction to fingerstyle playing. It is so rewarding. I also do a lot of soft chording and singing (HAH!) after Ron is in bed in the evenings. It’s my special time in a very special dimension where music is the only language that is spoken.