I know, I know, ya'lls ain't seen me in a while. Been busy doin around the house. Between helping my cousin mow yards one day a week, and me keeping the yards down in my neighborhood, and trying to get a floor built and a wall put up in the carport that was turned into an extra room, I've been busy. Been working on raising the floor in the extra carport room up to house level. I put a wall in about 10 foot from the front wall and am going to put a garage door in for a short garage, and the rest is going to an extra room for laundry, freezer, maybe a fridge. Kinda like a big pantry. Then when I was goin good on the floor I ended up getting sick for 3 weeks. Just got over it on the 21st. It started on the 7th. Went to see the 3 times for it. I given flu test 1, and 2, along with the covid test. All came back negative. The doc wanted to check my gallbladder, so I was sent for an ultra sound of my gallbladder. I was in the bathroom more times than I care to think about. I didn't eat anything the first 4 days of the mess. Ended up taking a stool sample in 2 week later, and on the 18th the results came back showing what I had was an aggressive food poisoning. So the doc put me on a Z-pack antibiotics. Don't ask me where this came from. I'm thinkin it was a zucchini from a food bank that the neighbor gave me. She got food bank box from her church and gave me one of the boxes. Stuff that was left over. Or it was a bad batch of bananas I bought. Or it was the water in the town I live in. I don't know if I told ya, but I filed a claim with my insurance for wind damage about 3 months ago on my roof. Well that paid for tin and all the fixins for a new roof to be put on. I found a guy who works for a roofer who does side jobs. He is going to strip the roof, and lay the tin for 1600 bucks. He a Mexican guy. Rather have him do it, from what I've seen with the regular contractors around here. And just after the wind damage I was putting up new facia boards and repairing dry rot on a bit of the roof. So yeah it's been a busy summer. Oh and that peach tree I planted a few years ago finally paid off. I got 3 gallon vacuum sealed freezer bags full, along with 3 quarts in mason jars. Yeah I tried my hand at canning. My mom got peaches, my cousin got peaches, my aunt got peaches, and the neighbor across the street got peaches. Everybody got peaches. Next year I'm gonna have to spray the tree when it starts budding. A lot of the peaches had worms. I heard there was a moth that will lay eggs or nest in the bud just before it blooms and the worm gets in the peach. Mom picked the worms out of her peaches. I ate right through em. Told mom the worm is going to taste like the peach anyway. The peach tree started producing back at the end of June, and early July. I'll get a few pics of the flooring and wall I put in. When winter hits I'll be doing inside work. Might get the bathroom finished, and the living room painted this winter.