I don't know how he does it, Josh. Well, I do. . .lots of air filters and constant cleaning; but, that's a different story. Lovely flowers, btw. I am anxious to see your completed hexagon.
This is Kali ( as in Kali the Goddess of fire ). I was able to get ahold of and rescue her from my yard a few months back. My soup kitchen for her mother ( a gorgeous black Persian ), and her father ( an orange Tabby ), as well as a beautiful white male Siamese operates daily as well. They are all too feral to capture unless we plant traps, which the neighbors are discussing. All of us feed them daily, so they're quite healthy.
We still need to catch and have them inoculated, spayed and neutered so our little population remains both healthy AND little. LOL!
Such a pretty kitty! <3
That looks like an interesting mix of cat heritage - not seen one like that before - looks comfortably at home though.
By "completed hexagon", did you mean the geodesic greenhouse? Well, here's a recent pic.
Doing the inside now, with grow-boxes, and have planted a lime, a lemon, and a sweet-lemon tree. We have a dozen other citrus trees outside but winters are becoming colder in recent years and they suffer from frost.
I think I saw that on an episode of LOST. It was the room Desmond sat in for 2 years while pushing a button to keep the Earth from exploding.
This is one corner of my teeny home office. Like, about 8'x10' teeny. By all accounts it is a lovely room to work in, with a window out to the trees and a corn snake named Houdini for an office mate. Well ok, it's a little cluttered, but that's just me... clutter follows me like the dust around Pigpen's head.
I have nothing to report. I'm doing the same damn thing I've been doing for what seems like forever. Occasionally a teenager will want my attention for a moment, usually about which crappy freezer food they're allowed to eat. Sometimes there's a meeting with interesting people. Mostly I'm just sitting here creating content that no one's going to look at, for a project that got completely fucked by covid but no one had the sense to pull the plug. Heck, I'm getting paid so I mustn't complain. But I'd sure love a change of scenery! As much as I love my little office, I would focus on my work so much better if I was back in my local cafe with all the annoying loudmouths around me.... how I miss them now! Sadly that place burned down a few months into the pandemic, so I'll have to find a new haunt, when we're allowed.
So, that's what's up.... perhaps after a third coffee I'll be more cheerful. And then I'll tell you something more interesting, like crazy stories about my very special-needs dog.
I was beginning to wonder if corn snakes had legs and that little guy was Houdini crawling up the wall LOL