Today, is my dear Aunt Joan’s birthday! It’s one of the decade one’s. I wish I could have been with her and given her a hug today. I love you Aunt Joan! When I was a kid, I called my Aunt Joan, Fanny Farkle. I don’t know why. I called my momma, Lady Fish during the same time period. They were both good sports. Forgive me if I’ve told you that before.
Today, I found out that my dear friend Catherine became a great-grandmother again (for the second time) yesterday — on every body’s birthday. I believe she said they named the little girl child Hailey. Very pretty. I told her if she ever forgot when the little one’s birthday was, I’d be able to help out.
Today, I helped my dear momma with her yard sale. It would have been my yard sale too, if I had ever gotten my rear in gear and gathered up some things to sell, but I didn’t. The weather was wonderful for being outdoors! I took photos of the tree I was sitting under.
And of a plant that has cool purple berries and chartruse leaves every fall. I should know the name of it by now, but I don’t. I saw a feral cat who had a heart shaped pattern on her side (I kid you not!), but I couldn’t get a shot of it. I’m taking my camera back tomorrow and hoping that she’ll come back while we’re selling again.
At lunch, I found a heart shaped Lay’s potato chip.
Later, during a slow period, I took a little walk around momma’s yard. They had had to cut a tree down earlier in the spring. There were parts of the trunk cut into three large pieces. As I got closer to it, I could see that it was hollow in the center of the tree. I had forgotten that. I went to each end and looked inside. One end of one piece was heart shaped! I went around to the other end, it was a different shape on that end.
As I walked back to the heart shaped end, coming around the side, I noticed that from the side, the heart shape looks like a butterfly. So, now, I see both at the same time. Can you see both, or only one? Which one?