Don’t you hate it when you gather up enough energy and motivation to make dinner, just to find out you’re missing one ingredient?
Almost every day, between 2:30 and 5:30 PM, it rains. Sometimes just a little, but usually it’s a pretty good downpour.
The deer around here are pretty funny. The mamas like to walk together in pairs, with their little ones. Just like human mamas. We saw 2 young bucks out together on a Saturday evening. They had small antlers that were still fuzzy. They were probably off to some stag party.
We have a bunny that lives in our backyard. I wanted to name it Benjamin Bunny, but Pumpkin Girl thinks its a girl, so we’re calling it Cottontail.
With all the wildlife around, yes there are predators. I’m not too worried, though, because hunting is not allowed within the city limits.
I’ve heard coyotes barking on three different nights. I’m hoping that in a few years they will be a deterrent to any of our children thinking to break curfew or sneak out of the house.
We’ve been unpacking for 2 weeks now and I’m pretty bored. The boxes marked “DVDs” had books and at least one box marked “Books” was all DVDs. We can’t find our down comforter. The Mexican terra-cotta sun that we bought in Nogales when we were newlyweds was packed flat at the bottom of a box marked “fragile.” It arrived in pieces.
I ordered a new hammock, this time one that will fit 2 adults. When I went to price them, it turned out that the frame alone was worth twice what we paid for the whole thing. So we didn’t lose out at all.
School starts here in August. I’m tempted to get my late sleeping self up early and go to the bus stop that’s across the street from our house and meet some of the neighborhood moms and kids. I’ll probably end up just chuckling to myself as I hear the bus go by as I’m still in bed.
Ok, enough rambling, there are still boxes to unpack.