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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Rain and More Rain...

The rainy season is here.  That makes it nice and cool in the morning.  I spent most of the morning on the back porch and in the back yard, planting and repotting things.

The photo to the left is only part of what I did. 

And there is still more to do.
By noon, the sky was looking like this and now the wind has started blowing... It won't be long until it starts raining once again.

So I came in the house and started cleaning once more.
I am determined this time to get everything out of here that doesn't have a purpose or doesn't belong. 

The cat stays. The fabric also stays if I can get it away from Kota. He seems to like it for some reason. In case you can't see, the fabric is a brick pattern.  I have a yard.  I should have bought more.  This is going to be the easiest way to make a brick wall that has ever been done in miniature! Poke the photo and look at it up close! 

All I am going to have to do is glue it to a wall, use a stylus on the grout lines and instant brick wall!!!
For the rest of the afternoon, however, I am going to be fixing a hole... Walter's favorite bracelet has an Ouchy. He never takes it off unless I am fixing it.

It happens now and then.  It only takes a little while to fix.  I don't think that he lost any beads this time, so it will be quick. Now where did I put that needle, beeswax and thread?  See you tomorrow!

4 comments:

Carrie said...

Monsoon season has started out with a bang this year!

Caseymini said...

Carrie, you must be somewhere close?

martha hansen said...

Oh I know you are in Tucson, but if you could spare a few drops for my momma in Colo. She is dealing with that Spring Creek fire, and sure could use some wet right now. BTW your cat is incredibly handsome, in case he hasn't told you yet. Be safe!

Caseymini said...

Martha. we are having problems too. A train derailed on the north side of town. 27 cars off the tracks. They are blaming it on the storm night before last. I do hope that your mom gets some rain in her area soon! The wild fires can be a real problem. Most of ours are in the northern part of the state. Probably close to where hers are!