Posted on 2022-07-052022-07-05 by the_dr_blue07/05/2022 Baby cushaw squash! Recovering from removal of benign sebaceous cysts is more complicated than either of us expected. Purple hulled pinkeye cowpea. I really like the little signs Paula got me for Christmas. They stand out well. A gray hairstreak on a Madhu ras canteloupe flower. Paula’s Coryphantha sulcata is blooming! In fact, it has two. She says it had six earlier this year too. New tiny moth – a spotted thyris! Bee butt in loofah gourd. Paula made Thai green curry for dinner. It contains last year’s garden white currant tomatoes (from frozen, so that works well), garden onions, and garden walking onions. The Texas buckeye is very angry. I put a hose out to soak there. Jeanne has let me know the wild ones do this too, so maybe it will recover. Possibly purple prairie clover from free packet from prairiemoon.com? A second round of standing cypress flowers on a different plant. A volunteer Carolina snailseed in the front yard. Will Rogers Zinnias are looking good in the rainbow garden. Briar loves escorting Shackleton for a walk. Shackleton doesn’t know why we have to ruin a good thing by bringing the dog. We were about to go back inside, but she got up and scooted closer. He turned to glare while she got a treat for laying down. Shackleton says no eye contact. Here you can pretend there is no dog, only lush, succulent grass and corn.