Yesterday, on her last day here, my SIL made meshi and taboulleh for lunch. Meshi is koosa (zucchini) that is normally stuffed with rice and meat, but she made it vegetarian just for me and boy oh boy was it good.
While she was busy packing, I started a granny square baby afghan but am not really liking the olive green color. In direct sunlight, it seems to match the variegated yarn perfectly, but in dim light, it looks totally different. I think I may need to unravel and find a different green so have stopped working on it for now.
With early morning temperatures cooling off, the flowers are starting to bloom more and more.
I just wish our afternoon temperatures would cooperate. It's still well above 100 degrees every single day.
The birdies and kitties are wishing for cooler weather, too.
Jingles would like to thank Sudden, the Cape and Miss Truls for the cat award she received yesterday
and would like to pass it on to:
Honey Cat at Writing Straight from the Heart
Maxwell and Nina at Rostrose
and her many feline friends at Mariette's Back to Basics.
Happy weekend wishes.