We are still fighting something in the garden. I don’t see how he gets in without tangling the lines unless he is a very small animal. Norman thinks the tracks today look like a deer but I still think it is a sunk or rabbit. Either way it is eating my bush beans. It does not touch any other plants, just the tops of the bush beans and they are now growing beans so we should be getting a few. Today I got just 5 because of some varmint eating the tops. He didn’t go near the trap or the lower parts of the beans, always eats from the top down so maybe it is a deer getting in but I don’t see how without touching or knocking down some of the other plants. Oh well, maybe bush beans will be off our list of plants we can put in down there. I went through and squished all the cabbage worms I could find and discovered a cauliflower that is ready to pick, still small but big enough for one meal and that is all I need to start picking them. If I wait until they are all full grown we only get one meal fresh and have to freeze most of them so we pick just as soon as they are big enough to do so as we like them fresh best. Now all we have to do is find a way to grow enough beans to can. We will try pole beans and see if that does any good.
I looked at the Carver page and found the pictures are all gone ,so yesterday I went back to the files and got copies of the pictures on my flash drive, then put them on my lap top and will try uploading them back onto the page. Wish me luck, I am not very computer savvy but I try when I know what I want the darn thing to do.
This morning I did the first stitching on the petticoats and aprons and more stitching on the corsets for the girls with their play outfits. I have just one more corset to cut out for each and finish sewing the things I have started and I will be done the whole outfit for each. Should be done by next week. Then I can do costumes for the twins and a dress for the newest great grand daughter who is due soon. Have a great day