Where, oh where, do you suppose the owner of these is?
Did he fall in the rain barrel along with his shoes??
Here is just part of our butternut squash crop (we've given several away already, and eaten a few too). The green ones are a heritage variety that we thought we'd try out this year.
Good thing we like squash!!
Update on Dad - No supper for him last night. He tried to take the pill he was prescribed (for gas) and it refused to go down so that was the end of that. We thought perhaps he took it too close to attempting to eat so he tried another one this morning about half an hour before his breakfast. It sat (along with the sip of water) in his throat for at least half an hour before it finally dissipated. He has managed to get one of those liquid meal replacements down since, but there is no way he can even contemplate anything else no matter how liquid it is.
Our next dilemma is how to get his pills down - the nurse this morning suggested grinding them up and putting them in some applesauce. We'll try that at supper and see what happens. Somehow I'm not holding out much hope for success with that either.
And - calling the doctor this morning was a wasted effort. They don't have office hours on Fridays.
Thank you all so very much for your comments and prayers for my Dad - I appreciate them so much, as does he.