Sunday, July 25th, I truly took a day off. Not from work, because I
cleaned at the Mat from 8 to 9, at the same time I did our two loads of
laundry. The temperature was already rising quickly yet the sky was quite
overcast. We knew there was a ZERO expectancy for rain today so I followed
through with my plan and brought the clothes to hang on the line. It turned out
to be the right choice.
home, Bill were relaxing in the recliner, waiting for me. Neither of them heard
Ptooties coming up the and were surprised when I walked in. I had my tea before
hanging the clothes and by the time I finished, the sun had poked through the
light clouds. I always have ‘big’ plans to do things but you know, by the time
you finish one thing, things change.
|are you surprised that this happens?
He continues to chew, even after I sew it.
Bill turned it inside out so he's laying on the nylon
side but he still manages to rip holes in it
LOL Puppies!! He is getting new teeth though so...
puttering (he does a lot of that!), still on the on-going project. Maybe by
summer’s end he’ll be able to write about success. 😊 I thought I should do some weed-eating with him home to help
start the trimmer, if I needed it. As we were sitting outside with Gibbs on the
patio, I mentioned forgoing the trimming and he readily agreed. It was already
hot at 10 am, reaching 26C/79F by the
end of the day. When he said he was done what he could do today on his project
and that he was going to get his big plane out, my final decision was made too.
So, I set
things up on the picnic table this time. it takes a while to get organized,
bringing things out from the Bunky. Since Paisley, I at least have all my
paints in one box now and although the box is ‘luggy aka heavy’ it saves me a
lot of trips. I left Gibbs tied up at the steps since it was definitely cooler
there. I did open my umbrella but there was still limited shade, which I sat under.
|Gibbs stayed linked to the step where there was a breeze
and more shade first thing
I had a
barn board, not sure if I showed you when I got it from V.V. but it had HOME
SWEET HOME, burned in it. It is nice but hard to see the etching and my
attempts at redoing it were of no use. Bill suggested I paint it. 😉 That’s what today’s painting was all about. I was running
out of good rocks to decorate anyway. I am so pleased with what I did to the
board and then I sprayed clear over it to save it. It will be sitting outside.
had 3 wood flower heads that I’d picked up at V.V. a while ago so freshened
them up with brighter colours. They have little clips on the back for hanging
so I’ll find a place for them. As I was finishing, I brought Gibbs over to the
table where there was shade and Bill added fresh water to our pool for us. Yup,
great day for a swim! It only put about 2” in the bottom but it was enough and
because it had been sitting in the bladder in the back of the truck, it was a
I set Gibbs in and he hopped out. As I played with my feet in the water, he soon got in on his own. It is good water so I didn’t mind that he drank it and I got a kick out of watching him get in and out.
At one point, I looked and his whole
head was wet so I missed a Candid moment apparently! 😊 The rest of the day was Bill in the Hangar area, making
progress he said on his plane, and me making progress with a new book. I’ll
probably finish it quickly, it is a real page turner.
Because I was enjoying myself outside, rarely indoors, my blog didn’t even get a minute of my time until Monday morning. Woops!
We just had a nice garden salad for
supper, finishing up with an ice cream cone. Neither of us were very hungry.
After dishes, we watched The Good Witch and I watched Why Women Kill while Bill
had his shower and made his lunch. It was a wonderful summer day! I'll close with a couple of small videos of the munchkin. The second one might explain how things get damaged with sharp teeth! Ha ha.
for your visit!