Here's what I've been googling:
1) What flowers do squirrels dislike.
I saw a squirrel on the front steps, sniffing the air and looking around in what I assume is squirrel-like confusion. I moved the petunias and replaced them with marigolds. I think the internet is right on this one. The squirrel didn't go up the steps.
Maybe the squirrel is confused by the weather though. It snowed here yesterday. Snowed.
2) What's the weather in Gloucester?
92 degrees where Braeden is on the humid East coast.
I don't know which place I'd prefer. Neither?
I refused to turn on the heat even though I was cold. It's a matter of principle in the last part of May. Adam texted that I should turn it on. "A frozen Thelma is a cranky Thelma."
While that is strictly true, I still maintained my no heater stance. (Until this morning when it was 59 degrees in our house. It's hard to argue with 59 degrees.)
3) Yellow leaves on a fiddle leaf fig can mean over watering.
A leaf on Felicia is turning yellow near the bottom. I apologized to her and promised to do better. Also, I vowed to give her distilled water. She's a finicky one.
4) The proper way to fold a fitted sheet.
This matters to exactly no one except me but I'm getting a lot better at it and it brings me joy.
5) Family history.
I have been feeling like I'm not getting anywhere. I have written a list of questions that I need to find an expert to help with. Then yesterday, I tracked down who a relative was married to. Illinois, Deaths and Stillborn Index, 1916-1947 for. The. Win.
It was exciting!