Well this was another crazy-pants week. I can’t believe that the president got COVID. I mean, I can believe it because he never took any precautions, but I still can’t believe it because he should have been more protected than any of us. I guess that doesn’t work if you don’t actually use the protection available to you? I do wish him well, for entirely selfish reasons. This election is already complicated enough without factoring in a sick president. I’m feeling a little “current events” fatigue, which makes me just want to keep my head down & plod along until the next time I have to look up. And vote – it definitely makes me want to vote!
Sunday, September 27th
Is it extra luck if the seed in your apple has started to germinate?
Monday, September 28th
Dr. M made a face of my fruit.
Tuesday, September 29th
I thought I’d try to make those little cinnamon buns out of my hair. I had mixed results.
Wednesday, September 30th
It’s still lovely around the old homestead!
Thursday, October 1st
Dr. M sat out on the deck for a bit.
Meanwhile, I met my cousin at the mall for our weekly walk.
Friday, October 2nd
Lots of pictures today! I took the day off to attend the Evolving Faith conference, which was (of course) virtual this year. It was SO GOOD, even though I gave up taking pictures of all the speakers partway through.
This was my lunch – salad (with plums & feta) dumped on top of a slice of Mexican pizza.
Meanwhile, Dr. M decorated for Halloween.
And then there was the moon!
Saturday, October 3rd
Day two of the conference. I was going to have another salad for lunch, but as you can see, my plate is vegetable free.
Dr. M enjoyed the deck again. I spent some time out there too – such a glorious day!
I’m feeling my usual fall melancholy. I really hate that it gets dark so soon, and I don’t like being cold, and I resent having to wear shoes in the house. But it can be a pretty time of year, and I also need to remember that I hate being hot too (I’m complicated). What is your favorite season?