Bill and I were up and at our normal work day routine on Thursday, June 11th by 6:30. That was a great sleep, not so much because we were in our own bed but I think the heat and humidity really tires me out. There were a few things blown around that we picked up, toppled chairs and such that we straightened. I left Bill at 7:15 and drove to Durham to clean the Mat. I had to dodge around and move a few twigs and branches along the way.
At the laundromat, I didn’t know what to expect after Tuesday’s
mess. I was
pleasantly surprised that other than people leaving multiple dryer sheets on
the floor (!?!?) it was a pretty easy cleanup. Taking a bit of extra time to
wash down the base of the machines, I worked at a moderate pace. Two washers
looked like someone had dumped their soap in and then changed their mind. Rather
than leave it like that, I retrieved change from a machine and ran a wash
through each one.
|Driving to Durham, some clouds and some blue|
|I like the way it looks when I finish cleaning|
|This was the sky most of the day|
It was warm though, especially while I was unloading the trailer
|I took a break and walked up the hill to check on our peony|
|This is my next book but I haven't got into it yet|
I think it will be a good one
Gayle says so!
|Later, when I walked, this large tree had split and came down on the|
farmer's crop of canola or beans (can't tell yet)
|More columbine for planting|
|I had a little visitor|
|Hey little guy! You're welcome!|
|I should wrap a little scarf on his tail so I know which one he is (haha)|
|The 3 1/2 lb. roast was done to perfection in 45 min. w/15 min NR|
|Supper was delicious!|
The potatoes were done in tinfoil on top of the meat
They were small ones so I'm pleased they were perfect too
|Light at the end of the tunnel|
|We weren't done with the wind and rain yet|
but the sunset was pretty
Thank you for your visit.