Sunday, June 24, 2018

My Life In Pictures - June 1 - June 7, 2018

June 1, 2018 - Our beautiful Luna. My camera loves her as much as we do.

June 2, 2018 - We planted these trees when we moved in. It was supposed to be a temporary home but that was 21 years ago. They are crowding each other so my husband took two down. I was sad about it and when he asked if I wanted to keep a piece I thought about saying yes but what would I do with it. Less is more and I am trying NOT to hold onto everything.

June 3, 2018 - We got this hammock for Father's Day last year. It was nice and big but my husband feels it is a little too big for the deck. He has been good about keeping the bedding rolled up and safely inside when not in use. He used it 3 times and thought it was time to sell it. I paid $200. We sold it for $60. It was still a steal. He wanted to put it up for $40 I added the extra money. It sold in 1 minute and I wish I had put it for $100. Oh well we made someone happy!

I think this was Goddess' first time on the hammock which we put together for the selling pictures. She was sad to see it go.

June 4, 2018 - This is the last shot I took of our visiting duck who we named Desmond before I feel down my front steps collapsing my two ankles with my toes touching the back of my calf. UGH. It was horrible pain and still is. I have an appointment with a Podiatrist Wednesday. Not Desmond's fault. My steps have been broken for years. This was the last straw, they need to be repaired and will be done in July.

June 5, 2018 - I took a shot of my foot to send to my sister. The black and blue isn't horrible. It is on the top of my foot toward my ankle. The pain has been horrible. I think I have a hairline fracture. It hurts all the time.

June 6, 2018 - emond in the background and Goddess collecting some grass for her guinea pig Stormy. Thank God my Loney Girl keeps me laughing.

June 7, 2018 - Farmer Joe takes good care of us and his plants. He goes out after work everyday to talk to them and make sure everyone is hydrated

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