We continue to play pickleball and golf. Our tee time today is for 2:30 pm which was a great time to golf when the temps were cool. I'll be calling to see if we can golf earlier today as it is supposed to be 88 degrees at 3 pm. I wish I could send some of this heat to Wisconsin where they are dealing with the coldest temps of the winter. Glad we're here.
One bonus of being in Yuma is the fresh produce available at numerous produce markets. Usually, we get our produce from a vendor at the flea market on Wednesdays at the Methodist Church down the road. The produce is fresh and reasonably priced. I heard on the news that there is a cauliflower shortage in parts of the country, and heads are going for as much as $9. I got this beautiful, large head last week for $2. It was delicious. Our normal weekly purchase is a head of lettuce, 2 cucumbers, 2 peppers and 6 roma tomatoes for $5. Love it!
Speaking of quilting projects, here is a picture of a cutie pie on a quilt I made.
Korey and Cathryn commissioned me to make a quilt for their friends who were expecting their second child, a little boy. We decided on an Olaf theme with the babies initials at the top. Isn't he adorable. I forgot how tiny newborns are. Cathryn reports they love the quilt, which makes me very happy.
Don’t wish upon a star – Reach for one!