rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


The almost foxtail-free yard is looking nice, although the poppies took a beating from the rain. Lots of young fruit are growing on the peach tree, and the sourgrass is finally in full bloom. The fruitless mulberry tree has grown out nicely, and will provide plenty of shade to the front yard if the summer ever comes. I don't want the summer to rush. The long, cool spring has been a pleasant change.

Eventually there will be heat, I'm sure. For those brief periods when the sun emerged today the air warmed rapidly, but the clouds always returned to moderate it. It was a bit like living in Oregon. In any case, once the weather turns hot there will be the compensation of jasmine scenting the nights. The year is turning out to be tolerable. I'm looking forward to the first casaba melons, which ought to be turning up in the stores soon. I intend to splurge on at least one even before their price comes down. It's been too long since I've tasted one.

Oh look, Tuesday went away before I could nail it down.

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