They don't look very happy. There were about 15 plants crammed in each pot and wrapped in plastic. The plants were starved for light and were under exceptionally humid conditions. They should perk up once they get used to their new conditions.
Kubota got laid-off Tuesday.
He was not in a good space about being unemployed, a fact that I was secretly happy about.
We went out and cut firewood at the deer lease. I really don't have a place to put the wood at the moment but Kubota needed to do something to take his mind off his plight.
He was a lot happier after I slipped him a few bucks for his help.
I will give the wood to Sprite when Kubota isn't watching.
He had applied to Amazon but they are in the final sprint to the Holidays and training is a drag on productivity. If he had been laid off two weeks earlier...
We are at the young-bull/old-bull stage where he doesn't take advice well. Consequently, he gets to muddle his way through this one on his own.
Seed catalogs seem to have more than the usual number of out-of-stock items. I suggest you place your order early. But, if you buy more than the usual number of seeds I ask that you either plant them or gift them to somebody who will.
Belladonna is a scary-good cook.
As a guy who now needs to watch his weight, I don't need better tasting food. Belladonna's perspective is different. Her thinking is that if she is only going to eat a modest amount of food, then it should have immense flavor-impact. That way, her brain will THINK she ate a lot.
For the first time in a long time I put herbs in one of our sunny windows.
I bought some "super market" herb plants and split them apart. The set-up is not fancy. I repotted them into paper cups. I hope Bella likes basil, cilantro and rosemary.
The local recycling professional picked up Old Blue and hauled him off. I asked that he give me back the tires. I expect to see them in a few days.
The mouse on the "office" computer crapped out. Mrs ERJ purchased a new one. Mrs ERJ does the weekly schedule for Mom's care and the lack of a functional mouse cramped her style.