The first contract was brought to me on Friday night and it was rediculous. I know houses have really decreased in value but I took that into consideration when I priced the house. For one thing, I don't have to sell it and I won't if I can't get enough that I can buy another one. It just seems to have turned into a big game and it's not much fun.
The garden is looking great (thanks to a couple of showers & my continual watering) but I'm having a problem with my green beans. At first the rabbits were eating their leaves but now that's stopped and a bug is having a hayday eating the leaves. Anyone know what it is and will Seven powder be ok to use when the plants are blooming. I would love to be an organic gardener but there are just too many bugs in Missouri.
We're having a little issue with Japanese Beetles but I've checked and that's not the culprit. It looks to be a small bug that is similar to a ladybug but orange/gold coloring. Seems there's always something in the garden.
My gladiolas are beautiful. They're just starting to bloom as is my crepe myrtle. The crepe myrtles are beautiful all over Springfield but for some reason, mine are slow to bloom. Maybe I trimmed them to much. Boy, do the Japanese Beetles love crepe myrtle.
Should be working on my chair but think I'll spend the rest of the afternoon with my current book. I'm reading Janet Evanovich's Smokin' Seventeen. If you've never read any of her books, you're really missing out. But you should really start out with the first of the series.
Have a good week and stay cool!