Last night, as in recent evenings, we have been outside in the garden until dark. Matt has been planting summer crops and installing soaker hoses. Mostly I chat about the day. I think I now have all the flowers planted, including lots of wildflowers, gladiolas, cockscomb, oxalis, zinnias, marigolds, calendula, herbs, and more. They're sprouting pretty well. And as happens in spring and summer, supper is usually around 9-9:30. We've been picking lettuces, arugula, spinach, and radishes for our salad suppers. Yum yum.
And as I mentioned the other day, here are a few shots of the coffee shop that my husband and his company just renovated. It's a building they own and is adjacent to their former shop site. (They just moved to a new shop space; a bike shop will soon be opening in their previous shop space. A lot is happening!) The coffee shop, called Decade, is run by Louis Wigen-Toccalino and has been receiving some really nice local press. I'm so proud of them! You can see more at their website.