With this pandemic, you would think that I would have a gazillion posts, being somewhat housebound that I am. But no, unfortunately, I had some technical issues with my ISP hosting site and I was unable to log into the blog since last January. So, finally, here I am. No pictures yet, since I’m still having issues with uploading images, but I promise to have them soon.
The cottage is about 75% done now. We have a worker who loves, loves, loves to garden and so the yard and rose garden look amazing, thanks to him. It will be awhile before we can rent out the house to guests, but at least we’re a little closer to that goal. We’ve received a lot of wonderful comments from the local, passerbys, which is always encouraging and appreciated.
Today is the first day that we’ve had relatively clear skies and clean air. Fires…what can I say? It looks like they are here to stay. It’s a sad commentary on the state of our earth. I just thank God that those lightning strikes didn’t touch down at our place. We were lucky…this time.
My heart goes out to all of the people who lost their homes, or loved ones. Please, if you read this, take a moment to thank your lucky stars and make a donation to the American Red Cross. They do so much good around here and people are hurting right now. The link will take you to all of the current information about what the Red Cross is doing to help fire victims. A small, cash donation would be most appreciated.