Early this morning, I poured five or six ounces of kibble into a bowl for the outside cats. Around noon, I went out to turn over the compost pile and found the kibble bowl empty and a one cent coin from the Netherlands next to it. That coin was not there this morning. Perhaps our squirrel overlords have decided to pitch in.
Yesterday, I blanched, peeled and pitted a case of yellow peaches and stored them in a citrus preserving liquid until I could jar today. I may do one more case of peaches and call it a day. Apple season is starting and I don’t want to miss raspberries.
Tell your cats to stay clear of those Dutch cats. Their postmortem activities include getting made into helicopters. This is not a fitting end for Egyptian goddesses.
They recently took the Lincoln Memorial off the back of the US penny. I don’t know when this happened or why. I liked the Lincoln Memorial on the back of the penny. What kind of country is this?
One that doesn’t value its pennies. Personally, I love them.
America–Love Its Pennies or Leave Them in the “Leave a Penny” Tray