Now that my daughter's wedding is over, I have discovered that I am way behind in yardwork. So, every morning before it get's hot I am out there. I have even bought a Ryobi weed whacker for the weeds along the fence and the buildings, because, no lie, they are 3 feet tall. Also, the room I laughingly call "My office" is crammed full of things that have no home. And, they will HAVE no home until I clean up some shelves in the garage. Usually this is the time of year that I fish for my lunch, take it home, and grill it on my back deck, but I do not feel the slightest desire to do so. After spending an hour or 3 working outside the idea of fishing imply does not appeal. So, I am going to have a very HOMESTEADY weekend, and probably visit the Farmer's Market to give myself a break. I might even check under the potato plants to see if there are any, yet, and cook it up with eggs. The best thing about eggs is that when you feel like a homesteady lunch the chickens are almost always producing main courses, and there are 6 eggs in the fridge. Onions are good at long term production also: perhaps I will chop up a green onion with the potatos, assuming there ARE potatos! So, that is how my summer went. First getting ready for the wedding, then the wedding, and now trying to catch up. All in all, a pretty good summer, so far. How about you folks? Whatcha' been doin'?