First off, many thanks to the kind Jess Riley, who sent me milkweed seeds to plant. Thanks, Jess - I can't wait to get started.
Also, the lawn-mowing-Mexican-standoff in my neighborhood has officially ended. Everybody was holding off on mowing their lawns, knowing that once they started, the lawn-mowing season would carry merrily on for the next SIX MONTHS. So everybody was waiting, waiting for a neighbor to mow first and shame them into mowing their own lawn.
I resisted the peer pressure when T. across the street had her lawn mowed, but when L. right next door to me mowed? I bowed.
Lawn-mowing season has begun. *sigh* On the plus side, that's a pretty good sign that snow-shoveling season has ended.
Okay, on with Freaky! Friday!
I picked up this book at a thrift store (where else?) - it's a Christian Science book. An inscription on one of the title pages is dated 1919, so it's at least that old.
The thing that kills me about this book is the seal on the cover:
In case you can't see it, it reads "Heal the sick - Raise the dead - Cleanse the lepers - Cast out demons."
Raise the dead? Sounds like zombie action to me. Count me out.