To my middle son's house I go. That will be Thursday morning. For the first time since before last October I may get to go to all my "places" I love to go. Someone needs to be in charge of spending. That place is wonderful for shopping. At the highest end to the lowest, it's all there. LOVE it. I have come home with the trunk bursting with "stuff" almost every time.
Soon as I do this I have to go buy another tote bag. I never thought I would see the day but mine are all in use holding books. SO..I need another to carry a change of clothes and jammies in.
If it would only stop being so humid out there. It rains buckets every day after about 5 weeks of NO rain at all...enough to mess up crops, and now..rain every day and humidity over the top. You get in the car and despite the a/c you still get perspiry (no such word, I know) walking to and from the vehicle and me, my hair is thick especially in the back so I wind up with a quite damp back o' th' head when all is said and done. I hate that. If that's the worst thing ever to happen to me (and it hasn't been SO far) I have it made).
You know what I wish I had? Some fried potatoes and onions. I won't make them though because I would founder eating them. Color me exploded!
I have had to pay to have a certified by the State wildlife trapper come out and set traps. So far, two raccoons and an opossum. They were on the deck tearing it up and gouging it as well. Tore up and broke my expensive hummingbird feeder too. Threw the patio set around and terrorised the cat even though she is always inside. She sees the hulking things and tries to fight them through the window glass at o'dark early. Screams and growls from her have me up trying to sooth the situation. It was worth the money to have someone come out and take care of at least a few. I see I will always have to bring in the nectar at night until they leave to go back to their homes, the hummers that is. I hate to bring it in at night because they are fattening up for their trip now...and I have seen them out there drinking in the dark.
That's my story..what's yours?