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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Happy St, Patrick's Day!

I hope that your are in the green and that you find your rainbow today.

Well yesterday was good until the afternoon when my dryer broke.  We do not have the money to fix it and so I will be line-drying my laundry again.  Good thing this didn't happen in the winter.  I love the fresh smell of the clothes that have been sun kissed and freshened by the breeze.  

I have a lost cat that came and is staying on my back deck.  I am trying to find it a home.  I do not know his name but he is not neutered.  He is an indoor cat because he wants to come into my house.  I cannot let him do that being having all his scent stuff that he sprays.  I have put his picture up on facebook, but no one has claimed him.  I think that he was left here by someone who only comes up to this mountain once in a blue moon.  It is sad, because if I don't find him a home I will keep him and I already have too many cats as it is.  I do not have the money for another cat.  Anyway here is his picture:

This year I am going to be planinting bulbs in my gardens at the top of my yard.  I have to sit down today and plan what plants that I want to plant and which raised garden to plant them in.  It would be much appreciated if someone of you could give me suggestions.
Here are my gardens:

Well I am off for breakfast and reading and writing.

Have a wonderful day!


  1. Happy St, Patrick's day, Debbie. I am sorry your dryer broke down, but maybe line dried clothes will smell fresher. I would not adopt the cat if you cannot afford it. I hope he finds another home.

    Are you planning to plant peas and/or tomatoes? Those are Bow's favorite.

    1. If I do adopt him he will be an outdoor cat and can come and go as he pleases. He wouldn't totally be mine. He would just come for lovin and food and water.
      I am tired of planting stuff that I don't get a return with anymore. There are so many new bugs in this area now that I cannot keep up with them anymore. Those do not incude the deer, of course. So I am looking for deer resistent bulbs.
      Our little area is strange in the sun/shade spectrum. We get sun from about 10:00 am to about 3:00 pm. Then after the sun goes on the other side of the house we get about an hour or two of evening sun when it is setting.
      Thanks for commenting. I thought this was broke or something.