The house has reached that (almost) summertime point of cool darkness. There is a tree outside Emily's bedroom that needs to come down, disease combined with its leaning severely over her bed. Taking it down will brighten things up. Which also means it will heat things up. Weather has been too crazy the last couple of years to have a looming tree so close to her sleeping self. I've actually had her sleep in a different bedroom, away from the tree, a couple of times since we've been here. Perhaps a little post traumatic stress... who knows.
I do normally wait until after the height of pollen season to clean the windows, but they are really calling to me! If I just continue to stay busy in the garden perhaps I won't notice. Let's call that my plan.
I told him I missed Sukha, and he quietly told me "I know, when you stop missing Sukha I'll be worried." He gets me. We've been together 20 years this spring, more than half my life.
The screen porch is being used so very much, especially in the evenings. Owls and coyotes can be heard in the not too far off distance. The porch isn't big, maybe 6x9? Last night we decided a couple of simple patchwork quilts would make it just perfect for cool evenings. Maybe flannel backed. Alicia's new quilt is such a dream, but I'm thinking this style may be more realistic for me right now. With proper binding, I'd really like to perfect that.
Off to get the laundry on the line and two skirts I've been working on finished.