A wave good morning to our hostess Sian at:http://fromhighinthesky.blogspot.ca/ and a hello, good morning to the other lovely bloggers.
The previous week in memory seemed busy; day timer may argue with my analysis / vacuuming out kitchen drawers – where do all these crumbs come from! / Thursday lunch with a family member, a quick catch up and exchange of her closet clear out; I should say no to her stuff but why can’t I? I don’t need this stuff – put this on the list of issues to deal with / on Friday, air conditioner at work broke down causing patients and therapists to complain (a lot) about heat / buying a huge bag of peanuts for the chipmunks and blue jays, who both were complaining (a lot) about no food, now chipmunk wars begin over who gets to be first / another really hot and humid weekend / gardens wilting / tomato plants in pots take a bucket or two of water a day to keep happy / early Saturday morning touring the village of Erin, part of Summer Manifesto, Explore Wellington County/ visited an excellent bakery for some fresh treats and sat outside at their tables / Mr Man amazed that in the heat I would still order a cup of hot tea / while in the village bought a new to me, pink dress for upcoming birthday party /on Saturday afternoon, absolutely no energy to do anything but read; Come Thou Tortoise by Jessica Grant, a Canadian author/ patio sitting under the new umbrella / letting laundry pile up for the evenings ahead which are forecast to be cooler / Sunday morning our turn to water so all the flower beds got a drink / watering flower pots with water from dehumidifier / Mr Man trimmed some dead branches from one of the Ash trees / light eating of salads for dinner / F1 race watching; nice tribute to Jules Bianchi an F1 driver who passed away last week from injuries suffered in a race last October / dreading the clinic on Monday with no air conditioning and cranky therapist(s) / trying to organize scrap materials for later in the week scrap time / watching Last Tango in Halifax & Poldark (yummy) / pondering a line from a book; “when you look up at the stars, you are looking at the past”, that thought makes me sad / making the to do list for the week ahead; the 31st, should it include a celebration cake for the 2nd full moon of July – the famed blue moon? It’s also Harry Potter’s birthday, BONUS! There will be cake.
Hoping everyone has a glorious week and if you get the chance to gaze at the Blue Moon on Friday, remember I will be thinking of you. Now that's a happy thought.