Hello from the hills!
I'm interrupting my normally irregular posting schedule to tell you I'm watching a docu-series on the black plague of the 21st century, diabetes. It's free now but will not be free after this airing. I have to tell you I'm only into the second video, and I'm very concerned by what I've learned. If you or anyone you know has diabetes this series will help you understand the disease from a totally different perspective as there are interviews with health professionals that will surprise you. Most patients think as long as they have diabetes under "control" with insulin they're okay. Not so. I don't have it myself, but I have family members who do, so I'm all in to help them.
Go here and request a link to watch, but hurry as each episode airs for only 24 hours.
Our plain white Rose of Sharons finally opened up.
This will be our second heirloom cantaloupe, that is if the night critters don't take a shine to it first. ;) Did you know raccoons and coyotes poke holes in them and scoop out the juice? Ask me how I know, lol.
I don't think I've ever posted about my Mulberry trees. They're 1 1/2 years old and already 5 feet high growing in pots on the deck. We're hoping for a small berry harvest next year.
I'll leave you with these sleepy looking hydrangea blossoms. They were blue last month, but the color has turned to fallish hues. Have a great weekend y'all!