Thanks heavens, that month is over.
My garden is doing surprisingly well. Whatever has decided to leave my tomatoes alone so they are coming along well. I even harvested some radishes, but they are too hot to eat. I give up on radishes. I know I said I hated squash bugs, but there is nothing like squash and pumpkins to make your garden look so lush. My sunflowers are doing very well and so is the corn. I hope the raccoons and skunks don't find my garden when that corn gets ripe. I even have some zinnias and hollyhocks growing. It's very exciting, even though the daisies and cucumbers died. My lawn looks pretty green for a change thanks to some good rainy days. But the last time I mowed it, I was covered with mosquito bites. What's happened to our local mosquito abatement program?
Books Read I read eight books and listened to two. I really enjoyed Silent in the Sanctuary and Silent on the Moor by Deanna Rayborn. There's a good mystery and romance as well. I loved listening to Jim Reid narrate Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. I would love to listen to all the Harry Potter books.
Movies See above
TV I wonder if future generations who read my journal will een care what I watched on TV. Let's face it, I watch pretty worthless stuff: The Bachelorette, True Beauty (talk about mean people), and America's Got Talent. Some times I can catch one of those cake decoarating contests. I love watching those.
Overall Impression I need to write these journals closer to end of the month so I remember my overall impression. It's the tenth and I barely remember June at all. Plus I have a new mosquito bite that is driving me crazy. Must . apply . Cortaid . now.