Country life

We’ve had more rain and the gardens are loving it!

Today I’m taking more pictures of all the little seedlings and bounty of tomatoes coming on…and there’ll be a Phoebe update coming soon.

Thank goodness the rain has cooled things off because Hubby and I went to Eureka Springs for two days and returned to a broken central air unit. I’m expecting the repair man any minute now and not a moment too soon. It’s in the high 80′s (F) at just after noon and very humid.

The dogs pant within a few minutes of being outside because the air is oppressive. Currently, they’re all lying around the room sacked out as I type.

I hope all of you reading this are having a great day like I am.

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About Carol Burnside / Annie Rayburn

Carol Burnside is an award-winning author of the Sweetwater Springs series of contemporary romance with serious sizzle. Her personal second-chance-at-love story resulted in a marriage to her high school sweetheart of thirty-plus years. Also published in short stories, Carol’s novel length manuscripts have placed in numerous contests and won five, including the prestigious Maggie Award for Excellence. Writing as Annie Rayburn, she produces soft sci-fi and lite paranormal erotic romances which have been favorably received. Talk about cross-genre! Enjoy excerpts, review snippits, and more about her sexy Crainesian characters here on her website or connect with her on www.PetitFoursAndHotTamales.com.
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2 Responses to Country life

  1. mikey2ct says:

    How is the garden doing? I had one that size years ago in MA. Even grew popcorn in a segregated patch from main garden to avoid cross pollination with other corn. Do you have your A/C back ?

    • @mikey2ct: I believe all seeds have sprouted now due to warm weather and gentle rains. We’ve got lots of tomatoes growing and several bell peppers already.

      Yes, mercifully, the AC is working again – fan motor was out. Thank goodness we bought a home warranty for this sort of thing. Repairs are a flat $60. Yay!

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