Six Mary Lincoln day lilies are out front and Mama Kay’s hydrangeas and daisies are filling out the northern side of my “extended front yard” across the driveway.
It’s a fairly light day with students on vacations or at camps, so I am absorbing a bit more deck time this morning. Erma brought Chief one of her babies and she and Bailey greeted one another with kisses. Erma has paid me a dozen visits, already.
Last night, I began listening to a biography on Henry Clay. I’ve been to his Lexington, Kentucky estate, Ashland, a number of times but still knew only a smidge about the powerful statesman. What a force!
[Pause for a mandated Erma petting.]
The morning air is slightly heavy with 77% humidity which will continue to drop as the temperature rises to 88-degrees. Tomorrow morning, however, we’re expected to see the humidity at 98% and there’s no precipitation.
On to my day. Shower. Instacart delivery. Lessons begin at 10:00 AM. Whatever awaits your day, you must insist on making it a great day… don’t wait for it.