Day 184 — Scorching hot day! 33 degrees. So hot you just didn’t want to move. But, I did.
Took the kids home around lunch time — came back to a too-quiet house. A messy house, but too quiet. Got things put back together somewhat then went outside to work in the yard. Got the weeds sprayed (but after last night’s storm I’m probably going to have to do it again) and did a bit of weeding.
Managed to squeak in some Corona time with my book on the deck.
Day 179 — Day one of the holidays — and it was lovely. Got up went for a nice long walk along a different path. Not the usual 30 minute circuit Heather and I usually navigate when I’m working. The air was warm, even though we’d had a helluva storm last night. Lots of thunder and lightning, and, of course, rain. But, other than a couple of slight showers that was supposed to be the end of the 40 days and 40 nights we’ve been enduring.
I did a lot of little things today — made pineapple marmalade, tidied the house, took care of small chores I’ve been putting off since forever. I even found time to read my book outside on the deck a couple of times. (In case you hadn’t figured it out, my deck is my favorite place to be in the summer time.)
For dinner I made crab cakes and salad with asparagus on the side. Of course, I ate it outside. Then I finished off a nice little glass of white zinfandel and read a few more pages of my book before going back out into the garden.