We had a busy Pokemon Go weekend as it was Go Fest, which is usually held in a particular city and thus would require airfare/hotel etc. But this year, because of the pandemic, Niantic decided it would be a so-called global event, one you could play from home.
I had no idea one sunflower plant could have so many flowers!
A new-to-me plant – San Marzano tomato. I’ve usually planted cherry tomatoes.
The photo below is of hyssop anise.
We hit a couple of parks over the weekend and this one was nice and empty. We were a bit uncomfortable at the main park, which is pretty and has a huge lake to walk around, as there were quite a few people there didn’t wear masks. And also there was one family who had their masks around their chins. I mean what’s the point of that? There are signs around the park that say face coverings are required. We have mainly been sticking to walks around our neighborhood and to our nearest two parks (one walkable, the other bikeable) and there, most of the people wear masks.
Finally made some masks for the husband and myself. I had made some for the kids earlier too.
Shards of Honor (Vorkosigan Saga #1) – Lois McMaster Bujold
The Umbrella Academy Season 1
On the Come Up – Angie Thomas
Coffee – I woke up before 5 this morning…
Ghosts of Greenglass House – Kate Milford
Frost Burned – Patricia Briggs
Yes there was a lot of Pokemon happening on my phone, I didn’t realise that was a replacement for the Fest (I never read my notifications).
Your plants look very lush. You must have been diligent with the watering. Mine are starting to look a bit brown now
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