We had a blast on the 4th of July. We went to the Lawn Mower Races! Honest. The United States Lawn Mower Racing Association (USLMRA) held their races in our area this year. What a hoot! We truly enjoyed it. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would ever go to the Lawn Mower Races, and have fun on top of that!
I've been on furlough all this week. Everyone in our office, from the President of the company on down, have been taking a weeks furlough every month for the past 13 months. The time off has become a treasured blessing for me, however, the 25% cut in pay has been a wee bit painful. Okay, a lot painful. One thing I have learned is that I really want to stay at home. I am not in a position to retire yet and it is my own fault. I always thought I would die of boredom if I didn't work. What was I thinking???? I have so much to do at home there are not enough hours in the day. My husband likes me being home too. He has a nice dinner almost every night, the house is clean, etc... When I'm gone 10 hours a day there is not much energy left when I get home. Our evening meals are thrown together or we go out and the dishes usually wait till I get home the following day. (I'm not really a slob if that's what you're thinking. I'm just tired.)
Today I was able to begin harvesting radishes. They are awesome! All of the seeds we got from Baker Creek have been doing better than we expected.
Our lettuce finally bolted so I pulled it and gave it to the chickens. I'll replant when it gets cooler. I don't know what to do with the cabbage that "isn't". I have lot's of huge leaves but no cabbage head in the center. Guess I'll just wait and see.