It was another day busy day. We started the day with fresh rolled oats for my special oatmeal: contained raisins, walnuts, vanilla flavoring, coconut, cinnamon, and sugar. Yum Yum. Afterwards, with full tummies, Scott climbed a fir tree that was shading our tomato plant and zuccini hills. He limbed over half the limbs before it got hot and his legs got tired. We then went to Morton to introduce ourselves to a new client. We found out that she is a believer and spends alot of time alone while her husband drives his truck interstate. It was a blessing meeting her and we look forward to helping her get her place back in order.
We then went to the Heritage House. We figured we needed to see the friends we made while Mom Augur was living there.
On to the Bean Tree to wait for Barbara's return home from Westport. She was due back for work at 2 o'clock. I had a bowl of clam chowder with a cheese roll. Scott had a big sticky roll and a cup of coffee. We were able to see Anne Sjoden and her daughter, and Steve Hargrove. He and Scott had business to discuss. Meanwhile, Barbara came in. She was excited about her trip and shared some of the highlights. It will be good to have her home for awhile, even if it will be for a short time. She is planning to move in with Anders and Kacey until her apartment is ready in August.
Back at home, we cleaned the mess we made with the fallen branches. We made 4 piles. What hard work dragging those limbs. It also became humid, so was I ever sweating! This is a part of homesteading, Michele. We'll be here to help. I am now waiting for Barbara to come home. She said she bought me a special treat. Something with coconut and chocolate ( :