Olivia went to a 2 hour wood working workshop at the museum on Tuesday and worked a full day on Thursday. Unfortunately, she also had her first accident with her pocket knife on Thursday, when the knife folded up on her and caught her middle finger. Thankfully, I've told her many times that if that ever were to happen, NEVER pull your finger out, but be calm and open the knife back up. Had she not remembered that, it could have been a really serious cut. She learned that when you're working in 100+ degrees, you bleed a lot more freely than normal, and that direct pressure really does help slow the bleeding.
Like much of the country we're sweltering here in Virginia. My gardens are trying their best to keep hanging on. We've had zucchini in mass, but the tomatoes are slow going. I've focused my watering efforts on the veggies more than my extensive flower gardens, but I do have a photo or two to share.
I found a golden zucchini variety this year. They taste just the same as the green, but are so much easier to spot among the foliage, see?
The fence line in the garden is dwarfed by the 8ft. tall sunflowers. Even with our 6ft privacy fence around the yard, these beauties can be seen from all ends of the neighborhood.
Be sure to pop over and check out my review of Beric the Briton. We REALLY enjoy these audio dramas a great deal!
Linking up with the Weekly Wrap Up.