I don’t mean to jinx things around here, but you guys — I am wearing sleeves. Okay, okay. I am wearing sleeves first thing in the morning when I walk the dogs. Not all day. The afternoons are still in the 90s, but this is sweet progress! The mornings are crisp and cool enough to open windows. My electricity bill is likely to be halved this month. Or at least I hope so! If not, then I think it’ll be time for a change. Maybe I should start looking up things like these TriEagle Energy reviews to see if I would be getting a better deal.
But as said earlier, I think my electricity bill will be halved this month anyway, so I won’t have to worry about finding a new energy provider. However, if it does not, then along with looking for a new energy provider, I might have to also change my lighting fixtures in the house. Perhaps, I have to switch to a metal halide led retrofit, which can help me save money on my electricity bills. Anyway, I am done with my incandescent light bulbs–too shiny to bear! So, I will bid them farewell with a happy heart. But, then again taking up these works would cost me handsomely– fingers crossed, I hope I do not have to go into all this because this is the best time of year and it always supports my livelihood.
But it might not be a good time for my garden. It doesn’t look so swell. These babies weathered July and August. Troopers, really.
The garden, on the other hand, doesn’t look so swell. These babies weathered July and August. Troopers, really.
Thankfully, I was gifted a handful of great new gardening books for my recent birthday. I’m using them to draft plans; my beau is building garden boxes at his house for winter vegetables and herbs. This is very exciting news! I have never gardened when watering was easy. These boxes will be on a timed drip.
My love of weird succulents continues too. Check out these odd balls that were recently added to my collection:
Love it. So thankful our outdoor season has finally arrived!