Kathy's in the kitchen peeling the peaches we picked up at the nearby orchard. She's already made a yellow cake and shucked the 20 ears of locally grown corn we acquired yesterday from Arnolds Produce in Muskogee. We also bought vine-ripe Oklahoma-grown tomatos to slice for the hamburgers we'll cook later. I've cleaned the pool and sunroom and hosed-down the back porch. I've opened the windows and vents to include the sunroom in the living area of our house. While I wasn't looking, Kathy turned the thermostat down two degrees.
For desert, she is making her version of a peach trifle: yellow cake, fresh peaches, vanilla pudding, sweetner, and Cool Whip. There's also a bit of lime juice to keep the peaches looking fresh. She'll put it in a clear glass antique, funnel-shaped bowl. Her mother is bringing over a still-warm fresh-peach cobbler.
So the plan is to have grilled hamburgers, baked beans, corn, taco salad, chips, and desert around 5pm.