Firstly, the baby galah (it's SOOOOOO cute!).
One of the galah pairs that comes by every now and then brought their little baby with them. I doubt the little tyke was off the nest for more than a day. So cute!
Just look at the size of those feet!
I'm sure that all my regular readers will easily be able to tell that this bloke is a bloke and not a sheila.
Here he is turned around on the railing:
He then jumped down and started waddling on over to me next to the pool:
Ain't he just the cutest? Gosh...
You know I've had other baby critters from down under approach me thinking I might be their mommy or daddy:
Are you my mommy?
Later on that day I was hungry...
No, you didn't see that. Just move along and pretend it didn't happen...
On to the tomato section of this post.
I've decided that I need to actually write down the formula so that all you mathematically inclined blokes and blokettes can follow along with this seasons' great tomato count.
So here it is:
where h is one half the square of tomatoes harvested, and o is one half the square of tomatoes on vine.
As any first semester high school calculus student will tell you, this is equivalent to
adding the number of tomatoes harvested plus the number of tomatoes still on the vines to get the total number of tomatoes!
This week, it happens to be 55+211=266
The bruschetta tonight will be loaded with fresh tomatoes and fresh basil from the garden.