7:20 AM 65 degrees, 87% humidity, Visibility 10 miles Wind speed calm. The pollen count yesterday was the highest it's been yet for grass. Sunrise 5:10 AM, Sunset: 9:17 PM
11:08 78 degrees
5:50 85 degrees, 53 % humidity. We matched the record high today of 86 degrees.
Eating from the garden:
Recipe for the cake is from Ripe by Nigel Slater.
Eating from the farmer's market:
First beans and new potatoes of the year. There were tomatoes last week.
Gardening: pulling weeds, watering, harvesting, planting fall/winter crops.
"If we cannot control the volatile tides of change, we can learn to build better boats. We can design-and redesign-organizations, institutions, and systems to better absorb disruption,operate under a wider variety of conditions, and shift with more fluidly from one circumstance to the next. To do that, we need to understand the emerging field of resilience."
Resilience, Why things Bounce Back by Andrew Zolli and Ann Marie Healy
I'm two chapters in and finding it very interesting.
And a bit of stitching. This will be a patch for my "Mending heart," blanket but I think it has it's own name... "Hiding in plain sight."