Our land line is back. Chris found out what was wrong. We have a wall mirror. It had fallen over and pulled the cord out of the wall. I knew the mirror had fallen but didn't think anything of it. I'm glad it wasn't something that the service provider had to fix. It was nice having peace and quiet but I'm glad I don't have to use my crappy cell phone anymore in the house. It works great everywhere else but my house.
And more good News. Bullet seems better. Yesterday I was very worried but last night Chris pointed out she looked almost normal. The other night she did throw up one seed that I saw. But last night she stuffed herself. I think her strategy is to eat everything. Her crop sticks out and is round and hard. She hopes SOMETHING has to pass through. So I was happy to see her tight feathered and slightly active. Today she looks good. So I have to make sure to keep her food filled so she can just constantly eat and stay full. So I won't be posting the depressing video I had filmed yesterday but I will post an update video on her soon.
So time for some photos.
Hoya archiboldiana finally bloomed for me. I call this plant Octopus suction cups. It's waxy and hard feeling. Biggest hoya. I've had it for years so I'm glad it's finally bloomed.
Starfish plant bud. This thing is huge. About the size of a tennis ball. I can't wait for it to open.
Chris pointed out that in this view it looks like Gallemotch. Yeah it does. I like that a lot. His head is a closed evil fleshy flower.
My first Tip In. I got to use my digital art. I printed this gourd on vellum and glued it in.
I like how it's see through but still fairly heavy paper. Funny enough it looks better on a white background than held up to the light. So that means these work best front lit and not back lit like sun catchers.
I've potted up my Condor dragon fruit cuttings and put them out in the shade. Next step is for them to get used to full sun and then once they get new growth they can go on the Sully post.
It's still so frustrating that we have so much of my mother's junk. But at the same time as I look around all that's left to clear out is now in the living room and the garage. To think back that we had about a semi truck trailer and a half of stuff and junk, we've actually come a long way. We're not empty yet but we are probably 85% done. Just that that 100% was a HUGE one. So we got to keep at it. I hope I can meet the goal of an empty garage and my Jeep inside by Dec 31. Can we make it? I hope so. I found more paper work. Nooooo!!! I thought I'd gotten rid of it all. If the rains can stop then I have tons of stuff to burn. I've started going through the tons of photo boxes now too and will be burning most everything as well. We're into the second year since my mother's death now. I hope I can be free of this very soon. This year hopefully. And our stuff too. We're getting rid of stuff we just don't need anymore. Some things will be hard to let go but we have to.
So today I plan to work on art. I will try to get some decent progress on George and Fear's drawing tentatively called "I Got You Buddy." I need to come up with a better name than that.
Oh and today is another anniversary. 22 years 7 months. Ha I'll never forget the coworker years ago that I told we observe every month. He told me that once we got old we won't be counting the months. I told him Never. We always will. People need to not tell me what they think I will do. I am unlike most people and one of the few that when I say I'll do something I'll do it.