6.29.13 One house has bleach smelling water (shocking, literally, shock the water) and one no water yet.
6.28.13 Finally, after chopping trees and hedge all night, the drilling has begun. Maybe we can shower again soon.
6.27.13 Heat wave continues and aggravation wave is a record breaker but we still have Tables (for now) no. 391:
and morning garden flowers.
6.26.13 Well needs to be replaced but you can't get a well driller- all busy after Sandy. Then the hedge has to be torn down and 3 sets of wires are in the way. They are calling it "the well from hell". No idea what to do next. Poor Jenny, without a car, is really suffering. Hauling water all day.
On a better note brother Dan and Allison planted 150 blueberry plants on their vacation. Kath took the photo.
6.25.13 Had a lightening bolt come so close the blast blew my hair back. It also toasted my water pump (no water for 2 days so far). It also turned lights on that you can't turn off and messed with the computers. Heat index past a hundred.
6.20.13 Last day of Spring.
6.19.13 Garden jumble.
6.18.13 What a rain today, torrents, and now dark and dry in the bookroom.
Up again and thinking 1000 is a long way to go. 389/1000:
6.8.13 Simpleton sits and stares at table. T. no. 387/1000:
6.7.13 It ls a long rainy day but nice inside. T:
Trying to decode an old treasure map.
Falling slowly to pieces. My legs look like this:
It's such a contrast to the beauty around me- life, eat and be eaten.