We warmed back up to normal SW Florida temps today, thank ya jezzuz! Still cloudy and gloomy, but a warm 74 degrees. Now if you northerners would just keep your weather up there where it belongs...
I spent the morning cleaning up the lanai, vacuuming up all the plant debris that the strong winds blew off the larger plants I had to leave out during the cold spell. And got all the Xmas cacti moved back outside. When I got everything moved outside Isabella was the first one to charge out the door.
As Issy headed to the front of the lanai to look for any golf carts driving by that she could chastise, Emmy immediately started hunting for geckos to harass.
After lunging at several geckos as they scurried up the screen, once they had escaped and Emmy had managed to knock several Xmas cacti flowers off the plants she headed in Isabella's direction.
Not wanting to be part of any murders and dismemberment of poor little geckos, Isabella immediately puts distance between her and our resident serial killer.
After moving the Xmas cacti back outside I realized the color of the gold plants had gotten deeper while they were inside in dim light. Usually the gold buds look gold until they bloom, but then are hard to differentiate from the white plants. I had no idea the amount of sunlight they got influenced color of the blooms once they were open.
I know these recent blog posts are boring as hell. They're even boring to write, so I can just imagine how boring they are to read. I guess I'm blogging trying to hang on to some semblance of normalcy and routine. Hang with me, someday I'll get my funny back. I will get there, or at least that's what I keep telling myself.