When I was on my way home from the Parade of Horses, I saw this woman going into an unfinished building. I wasn't sure what she was doing until she had gone back into her house and I passed the place she had been. She had food in that container and had put it down in there for the dog to eat.
I recently splurged and bought an electric juicer. This isn't the kind where you peel the fruit and run it through and it pulverizes everything and separates the pulp from the juice. No, this is just one of those things like the manual citrus juicer we're all familiar with but it's electric. I juiced about a quart of juice in less than half an hour and the cost of the oranges was only about 30 cents. I would have gotten more juice out of them if I hadn't had them hanging around for so long. I was having a terrible time juicing them by hand and the older they get, the more the juice dries up or evaporates or something. Now I can take advantage of sales on juice oranges and have fresh juice whenever I want it. Some days it's the little things.
Have you noticed the Cluster Map at the top of the right column? I've been fascinated by it. Sure, it tells me where people live who are reading my blog (and I'm shocked, amazed, and very pleased that they are from such diverse locations) but it also breaks things down by state in the US. In addition to that, it shows me where the last 10 people who have viewed the blog live. It's fun for me. I have no idea if it might be of any interest at all to anyone else but, you know me, it struck me as interesting so I shared it with you.