We have FINALLY had some fall weather today. Yesterday it was 92; today it was 64. Woot! I mowed, and sat around the house later with long sleeves on. Happy sigh. Although it won’t be long until I’m complaining about having to sit around the house in long sleeves. My comfort zone is rather narrow.
Sunday, September 29th
It is, oh, two steps from my fridge to the counter, but I still have to carry everything in “one trip.”
Monday, September 30th
Our coleus is out of control. Plus, random volunteer morning glories. Are morning glories ever not volunteer? Well, yes, I guess they are since ours came from my dad’s house.
Tuesday, October 1st
I was trying to cut a raw sweet potato. As you can see, it was not going well. I really need to work out more!
Wednesday, October 2nd
Dr. M took his dad to the Ford dealership get some recall work done on his truck, and they had pink balloons in the showroom – for breast cancer awareness month. It’s good that Dr. M can ferry his dad to appointments, but he is still very much in back surgery recovery mode. All the driving wears him out. He is impatiently waiting for the day when he has his full strength & stamina back!
Thursday, October 3rd
We’re a little superstitious about our baseball around here. We always have my ancient Samuel Spaniel watch the game with us. My brother gave him to me when I was in college, so he’s an antique now. Ha!
Friday, October 4th
I FINALLY ate an apple that had been sitting on my desk for almost 2 weeks & had to document the fact for Dr. M. It was really good!
Saturday, October 5th
New crochet project (yes, I have three other WIPs but I got this new yarn & it was taunting me, so…). I think it looks a little bit like candy corn, so it’s very appropriate for this time of year! Although someone on Facebook just said it looks like pizza & now I can't unsee that. Ha!
Well, the Braves are 1 and 1 here in the post season. The first game was SO ANNOYING, and the second game was SO SATISFYING. I’m going to be glad when baseball is over – I don’t think I can handle all these extremes for much longer. Ha!