Backyard lawn and chives garden

The chives garden in the back yard, as well as the wildflowers along the south side of the house, have been getting the dregs from the dogs’ water bowl and other water that would in other times have gone down the drain. The shaded areas are doing much better than those getting full sun for longer periods. Other spots have not been looking quite so bad.

After all this “hot, dry” weather the predicted low temperature for the night is 56°F / 13°C.  Cool breeze, but still no rain.

Updates

I find that I have neither time nor energy, right now, to figure out how to use the new WordPress procedures for displaying my photography on my “The Moments Between” WP blog. Will be posting here less often as a result. Necessary activities have gone untended during the past year. I am adding lots of necessaries.

I did get the one-shot covid-19 finally (April 1), motivated by the snafu at the manufactory and the brief, chance opportunity to land an appointment at the last minute at a local pharmacy. That’s the one vaccine without any ingredients I’m allergic/sensitive to.

I am putting my Glo/NaPoWriMo poem-a-day stuff on my Quiet Spaces journal and working on organizing paper copies of poetry I wrote during the 1960s through 1990s. I really need digital copies for my off-line archives and to leave behind for relatives, eventually, should they be interested.

All else travels apace, with or without me, and I plan to keep up with the blog posts of others, so keep on writing!

Elizabeth