Flag Day occurs every year on June 14. It is in remembrance of when our country's first American flag was introduced by the Continental Congress as the official American flag on June 14, 1777. I am forever grateful to live in the United States of America.
I was only gone 2 days, but it seems I have so much catching up to do here at home, but want to do a quick post. We got more rain (yeah!) so the grass is growing like crazy and the flower gardens need attention. It is all worthwhile when someone walking by stops and compliments me on how nice things look 😉
I had no email for 4 days!!! I was not a happy camper. Friday I spent 70 minutes on the phone with tech support only to be disconnected. She had my phone number and was supposed to call me back . . . but never did. Another call nearly an hour long and the tech could not fix it. I had to send an email to the "postmaster" who was supposed to respond within 24-48 hours . . . NOT! Nearly another hour on the phone this morning and this tech support person got me up and running on my Apple devices, but still having different email issues on my desktop. ARGH! I definitely have a love/hate relationship with technology.
Hooking class was wonderful and great fun. I have had Cathy Stephan a couple other times. She just has such a great way with color. I didn't make much progress on my rug, but at least I have a plan 😁 A lousy picture, but you can see how little I got done.
I did take pictures of many of the rugs being hooked and will share them in my next post.
Last night I kept hearing this loud noise. Even with the house closed up and the A/C on. Sort of a trilling sound. I headed outside with a flashlight to investigate. I finally found this little guy sitting on the pump of my teeny tiny little pond. How could that little thing make so much noise? I don't know if he was just a green frog or a baby bullfrog. This is what I found doing a search.
"The difference between a frog and a bullfrog is size. Generally, a bullfrog is bigger than a green frog. Bullfrogs measure about 3 1/2 inches to 6 inches long, which is about the size of an adult's open hand. Green frogs measure about 2 inches to 3 1/2 inches long, which is about the size of an adult's finger."
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs 😊