Here at the homestead, bunnies are a-breedin’, skinks are a-skankin’, and bees are a-boozin’–and you thought we were boring here. A first baby yellow squash appeared, which is a big deal when you have toxic southern clay. The world outside continues to pretend it’s not melting down. It’s pretty hot here, too, but it’s the kind of heat flowers and critters thrive in. We made it alive another day, so that’s something. And there are flowers.
Here is your daily dose. (Some of these flower centers, shaped like a cylinder or disk of tiny florets, are adorable!)