Another weekend comes to a close...and, as usual, I don't want to leave.
The sun is setting, but it is obscured by clouds this evening.
It always seems as though the weather is just as sad as I am for leaving.
As I pounded away at religious studies, my companions were hard at work.
Went out to snap some of their work prior to the daylight completely fading.
|"I really enjoyed weeding!"|
Yes, she really said that. I know...weird.
We are planning on lavender and coastal strawberry plants eventually replacing what is in there now. I like the idea of different herbs, too, like mint, basil, thyme, and rosemary.
The deer should really love those choices!
|Hahaha! The Super-Handy-Man-Fix-It-Guy!|
Truly, he can fix anything! Today, he moved rocks to turn our
defunct water-feature into a succulent garden.
|here is the stairway to the canal...|
Fix-It-Man is creating a land-based dock for our kayaks
|the photog's R2 slippers - random shot!|
This weekend the surf was supposed to be exceptionally high, but I didn't get a chance to take it in. Too much studying to do. But, we did manage to relax a bit with a Fred Astaire movie that was highly entertaining, and indulged in a good discussion about my essay about Catherine of Siena. Our tradition of Sunday pocket meals was yummy, as usual, and I can't even begin to express my gratitude for this peaceful, wonderful place to experience and enjoy.
The wind is starting to blow and I can hear the waves crashing in the distance.
My guardian seagull, who was floating serenely in the canal in front of my study,
has left for the evening, and I need to pack up my stuff to head back to civilization.
But, I will leave you with the beautiful shot of the moon I captured Friday evening upon our arrival -
Until next weekend.