Where I've Been and What I've Been Doing

When I posted on July 18, I had no idea I wouldn't be posting again until August 17. My "blog-cation," as I'm calling it, was unplanned but apparently necessary.
I didn't go away. I didn't even go to the beach (this is New Hampshire, and it's summer; no way). I spent a lot of time with family and friends, enjoying their company. I am still doing that, and will continue to do so. I've been soaking up the stellar summer heat, too; something this area isn't always blessed with.
I've also been losing weight. In fact, I've lost enough that I am now wearing women's petite trousers and jeans in yet another size smaller. I'm loving that I don't have to hem those trousers and jeans because they're better-suited to my height. Who knew?
The bounty of summer fruits and vegetables have made staying on program a breeze. Zucchini, summer squash, delicata squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and beets from the garden out back make their way into my stomach on a daily basis, along with bananas, cherries, grapes, watermelon, cantaloupe and nectarines, and most recently pears from my eldest brother's prolific pear tree (not a partridge in sight. yet.).
Stock photo used with permission.

The bananas, more often than not, are in the form of banana soft serve. I've perfected how to make it, and it deserves a post of its own, which it will get.Where have you been? What have you been doing?----------------------------------------------

Swedish Proverb

It's the Growing Season