I didn’t mean to go nearly a month without writing a blog post, but that’s just how it goes sometimes.
The rain finally stopped. We’re still having thunderstorms a few afternoons a week, but nothing like what we had going on for the last half of May. The flooding and landslides in the surrounding counties seem to have stopped, which is a relief for everyone.
Our garden is doing alright. Because of the rain, we weren’t able to plant everything that we had planned on, and Duke dug up and trampled a few things. But the tomatoes seem to be doing well. They’re still small and green, but I think there are some fried green tomatoes in our future.
We planted a blackberry bush against the fence last year. We had the idea that having more bushes in front of the fence might make it harder for Duke to escape, and we both love blackberries, so a blackberry bush seemed ideal. It didn’t really do anything last year. In fact, we were pretty sure that it hadn’t made it. Our leading theory was that Duke had trampled it to death. Are you seeing a theme here? Anyway, it started coming back this spring, and now has lots of green berries on it. I’m not sure if they’re just dormant the first year, or what happened, really, but I’m very excited that we’ll have our own blackberries soon.
Caroline is officially a year old now. Time flies, doesn’t it? Per our vet’s instructions, we’re in the process of switching her from kitten food to cat food. Caroline doesn’t seem to mind the change in food, and definitely hasn’t slowed down any. She still acts like a kitten. The big cats are still convinced that Caroline’s food is special, so still eat it at every opportunity, even though more and more of it is exactly the same food they’re eating. There’s no convincing them of that, though. They know it’s special.
I think that’s about it for us. So how has June been for you?