April 2, 2019
Good morning. Tis sunny, and the temps are at 42F degrees, headed for 51F degrees later today. After a few more days in the forties, it looks like temps in the low sixties are on the way in for us. Gosh, I hope so.
Folks, if my posts look a bit odd lately, please forgive me. Blogging with Foxfire is very much different than blogging with Explorer. With Explorer, I get to choose how I want things to look. With Foxfire, I don't. I'm doing the best I can. Just be patient for a while. I'll start looking at laptops soon.
I think I'll have to try backing up everything. My problem will come when it's time to re-install any programs that I use. Especially my Photoshop. I was never able to upgrade to Photoshop in the Clouds with this laptop. Maybe with a new one it will be possible. I'll have to ask at the computer shop downtown.
I did take a photo of the new shawl that I'm making, but for some reason I can't get the photo to go from my phone to my computer. All the pictures that I sent to my laptop made it, just not the photo of the shawl. I've just tried it again, so we'll see. Well dang, I guess the third time is magic! Let me go crop it so that I can share it.
I also took photos of the labels from some of the new plants that I had ordered (and already received). They are Hanging Strawberries, Milkweed and the Pretty Woman Lily.
I also have a couple of roll out seed mats to see if I can get something to grow in the "hard to grow" areas of the yard. The regular mode of planting in these areas doesn't seem to work very well, so I thought I'd try the seeded mats.
I'd like to start taking down the screen covers on the porch soon. It will be so nice to be able to have my morning coffee out there. First though, there is a lot of dusting and vacuuming to do out there. Of course. Plus all my little solar thingys need to be washed. Maybe I can start some of this in a few days when the warm temps start coming in.
Daughter Deanne will be coming by soon with lunch so I think I'd best be going. She's been volunteering to help an elderly gentleman with Alzheimers a few days a week. He's her best friend's father, and he really looks forward to Deanne's visits.
Well, that's my news for today. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.