This year's peach crop is a lot smaller than in previous years, with the tree still recovering from the trauma of having the main trunk break off, last year, but, almost half of this year's peaches seem to be on this one branch! They have at least another couple of weeks to go before they are ripe and so far, the birds have not pecked at them.
Today, I called the clinic in the morning to reconfirm my appointment for the afternoon. My appointment was for 1:00 p.m. and I was asked to be there 15 minutes prior to that. So, I left the house at 11:45 a.m. and arrived at the clinic at exactly 12:45 p.m. There was a short wait before I was seen, which was fine as I had taken my crocheting with me. I was able to do a couple of rows before I was called in. The check up went well and there was nothing to be concerned about.
On the way home, I treated myself to a pepperoni pizza ($5.99 + tax) and had some of it for both my lunch and my dinner! I packaged up the rest of the pizza and froze it. I am going to try my best to forget that it is in the freezer! LOL.
I rested a bit after I came home and cut out more pieces of fabric for six more cat blocks. Then, I dusted my bedroom, watered the fruit trees and seedlings, ran the dishwasher, and put away the laundry. I also committed a "random act of cleaning" and washed the bedroom and bathroom doors, the door frames, and the linen closet doors!
Tuesday's To Do List:
- Water the fruit trees and seedlings ✔
- A safe drive to the clinic and back
- Blueberries from the garden
- Working appliances
- Water for the garden