The very first hysterical thing that happened this morning was just too much!!! While I was at work yesterday, and out gallivanting around at herb club in the evening, my husband had been here at home just working his heart out. When I got home the fountain was up and running. He had painted it, put it back together and set it up. I think the sound of water is so soothing and romantic. I gave him a big hug and told him how great it looked. I could tell he was tickled that I noticed. He had also replanted all the cauliflower and broccoli in our vegetable garden and did numerous other projects. He was dog tired, I could tell, but was very proud to have gotten so much accomplished. So-o-o-o-o, this morning I got up and walked out to the garden to see the veggies he had planted because it was too dark by the time I had gotten home last night to go out there. I stood a little uneasy at the end of the cauliflower and broccoli row and thought, did I remember correctly? He did plant them, didn't he say that? Folks, I want you to know we've got ANOTHER rabbit!!!! This new rabbit had eaten the exact same amount of plants and I swear to you it looked as though hubby hadn't planted ANY new plants at all. I tiptoed back in the house and very carefully gave the news to my man. Ooooh, I know I shouldn't laugh but it's hysterical. Tonight you cannot even imagine the trap he has rigged to catch that rabbit!!!! This, I'm sure, is starting to become a joke at our neighboring plant market!!!
I came home tonight and hubby said look in the frig. He had fished enough out of the lake today for 2 meals and cleaned them, so all I had to do was get them in the freezer.
Later I grilled some pork loin and made a dish my family loves - roasted potatoes, broccoli and garlic. Man, supper was close to perfect and then the best of all - we went for a long walk together and he got out his fishing poles, handed me one and we fished until dark!!! The evening was windy but very mild and everything about the atmosphere was calm. It was so relaxing. Some days you just want to tuck away, to hold onto when life gets a little trying, and this was one of those days! I like to call them "tuck-away" days.