Hello, my comely cucumbers! How are you? Have you been enjoying our splendid summer weather? Savor this, let every moment sink in, so that you may recall it in January. I have harvested my first tomato this year and look forward to many more. My plants come from seed handed down by great-great-grandma Gabriela Zoltar, the Romanian gypsy queen, noted for her literally green thumbs, and teal toes. These seed produce the best tasting tomatoes I have ever encountered. Yum-yum-yummy time is here.
http://www.journaltimes.com/lifestyles/leisure/article_ff8c2baa-7672-11e0-88b9-001cc4c03286.html, once again there is a bounty of entertainment options in the Racine area this week. And the State Fair continues in West Allis through Sunday. We certainly are blessed, aren’t we?
Senor Zanza and I went to the Starving Artists Fair last Sunday. It was lovely. Unfortunately, it rained some in the morning and again late in the afternoon, but we were there mid-afternoon. There were many beautiful objets d'art to view, admire, and purchase. There did not seem to be as many fairgoers as in previous years. I suppose the economy has hurt the art fairs as much as everything else. Darn the economy! I’d like to punch it in the nose:
Oh my. Violence is not the answer. Madame Zoltar is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now, what was the question? Oh yes, are you enjoying the summer? I hope you are. I heard my first cicada this morning. They come with the August heat.
Thank you all so much for reading my blog today. I love you, I love you, I love you. You are my regular irregular family, and I do so enjoy our visits. Be gentle with each other and with yourselves. Wear a hat, stay hydrated, and protect your skin and eyes. Have fun, my dear friends. Turbellarian!