Fall is on its way, although you couldn't tell it by our weather. It has been hot and sticky. Some of our hottest weather comes in September.
Below is an ATC I drew of blackberries. We used to go blackberrying a lot when I was young.
I think our Plumeria is actually going to bloom. I don't remember it being as late as this before. This was taken about two weeks ago. The buds come tightly spiraled with small young leaves cupping them around. Today they are looking quite well developed and may even bloom by the end of next week.
I was wondering why the rabbits like our circle so much. They are out there playing most nights. Well. I think I have found the answer. I don't think these are the kind of dates you and I would eat, but they are a large cluster at the top of a Queen Palm planted on the sidewalk across the street, and I found the remains of some in the street where the rabbits play. Problem solved? Maybe.
This is what I call "The Old Fisherman". We bought him years ago because of my love for Flamborough. (See banner above.) This photo came out so well that I decided to paint him. I have almost finished him and will post the painting next week.
The MRI of my brain (to see if anything is there, so my husband says!) was no problem at all. It did sound like someone was drilling up the sidewalk beside me but they gave me earplugs and the whole thing took less than half an hour. I doubt if I'll hear anything about the results until after the holiday now. So I just have to be patient. One more test, the BAER, painless and relaxing so I'm told and then physical therapy to set up. After that back to the neurologist to hopefully get some sound information.