A few thoughts along the way today ~
the first day of July. July, the warmest month in the Northern Hemisphere and coldest in the Southern Hemisphere. Its birthstone, the fiery red ruby, represents love, passion and courage.
If you are in the Northern Hemisphere with me, you darn well know that it's hot and as I stroll about the garden with outside kitty, we hear the hum of air-conditioners. Which brings about another thought: Why aren't they called air-coolers?
And I had to look it up. I've forgotten so much about punctuation rules and wasn't sure whether its' birthstone or its birthstone was correct. Just in case you need to know.....personal pronouns hers, ours, yours, theirs, its, whose, and oneself never take an apostrophe.
And, I am filled with courage to blog about much to do about nothing!
Interject picture # 1 to alleviate the dialog boredom:
I've been working on a multitude of projects this week.....some may call that multi-tasking, I call it insanity.
I took a few of my favorite fabric scraps and made a quilt to donate. I am so thankful and enjoy giving back as often as I can. I can't stop the ill of the town, but I can give to a child who may be hurting.
Adding picture # 2 for the same reason as stated above: to alleviate dialog boredom.
Adding picture # 3 because I ran out of thoughts along the way ~