Life at 1146 and the End of Summer
Summer has slipped away once again. I was pretty busy not really doing anything and hardly noticed it passing. I was so busy, in fact, that I didn’t even have the time to write in this blog, or go to Maine or Arizona, or read all the books I wanted to, or go to tai chi classes or music lessons. Mostly I was working (as a cook in a poolside snackbar at the Trenton Country Club – a job which ended on labor day). The hours were pretty long, so I usually just slept and hung out whenever I wasn’t at work. Though this sounds like a failed summer, it wasn’t really so bad. In fact, I’d say it was, overall, a good one. Life at the house has been good (except for some recent drama), and I feel that it is going to keep getting better.
Here are some photos that other people took on my camera of things that happened over the summer:
My garden a few weeks after planting.
Grilling on the fourth of July.
My garden now: Full of tomatoes, basil and greens, a few peppers, and a some very large zucchini
VERY large zucchini: