This bunny is waving my own flag because I found myself printed online. I guess I slept through last Friday's issue of The Muffin on the WOW site. On the Friday Speak Out, a version of my essay about writing being hazardous to your health was there. If you missed it on my blog, you could read it here:
Last week, the local plant expert announced on a broadcast that the Japanese beetles were about done for this year. I know my friends and neighbors had fought them in June and early July. I guess the little buggers heard the plant expert speak and decided to show him because I had Japanese beetles on my plants this morning eating many green leaves for their breakfast! DH got busy with some spray, and we will have to check the results later. It meant no sitting on the deck this morning, but that was okay in this heat.
So since I was stuck inside and had the AC to help keep me cool, I baked. I made a fresh blueberry walnut (with freshly squeezed orange) bread. Then I made a new pudding that is featured in the latest issue of Country. It is called Cherries on the Snow and is a rice pudding made with dried cherries and whipped cream with a tad of rum. Add these items to sliced tomatoes, cantaloupe, and fresh zucchini stir fried and supper is settled for later.
Now I think I will go read more Saturday Centus pieces and maybe a novel. I see a Netflix and some knitting ahead in the evening hours!