Today, after waking up at 10am I quickly made myself useful by making hummingbird juice. Do you know how much juice a little hummingbird can drink?
I do. And it's a lot. Since being at my Grandparent's place I have had to make hummingbird juice at least three times. For such a tiny bird, they drink a lot of juice.
After I made the juice and stuff my Grandparents decided that they needed to get some shopping done. I thought they meant going to Walmart, or Brookshire's or something, but I was wrong. We were going to instead buy from local farmers.
It was so cool, we bought fresh tomatoes, peaches, peas, and eggs! From a hen! Also, our coolest buy so far was an Israeli Cantaloupe. What on earth is an Israeli Cantaloupe? I have no idea. It looks like a cross between a Watermelon and a regular Cantaloupe on the outside, but on the inside I'm told it's white. I don't know. I'm eating it tonight, so hopefully it's good.
I picked that sucker out myself, and kept it in my lap as we were traveling :)
The one thing that I don't like about living out in the country with my grandparents is all the tiny farm roads. It makes me very claustrophobic, and I'm not even the one driving the truck!