The morning began with a swift change of plans to mow the yard after the rain moved in earlier than predicted and I laid down a new set of items to accomplish.
I began planning items to pack for my upcoming Springfield trip but ended up napping for three hours. After feeding the dogs their 4:00 PM supper, I decided to begin mowing at 6:00 PM to give the grass a bit more time to dry out, hopefully. Again, I slipped into nap-mode, waking at 6:15 PM.
I trimmed and then mowed, waving to the neighbor on the east side of Shroyer Road who was mowing his lawn.
By 7:20 PM, I was finished with the yard work and ordered a supper from Wendy’s.
The deck is a bit cool and humid but comfortable. A massive front is moving in and appears to be arriving within the hour. I beat the second round of rain for yard work but am clinging to my deck time.
I am halfway through chapter eight of Unger’s JOHN QUINCY ADAMS which I am tremendously enjoying. What an impressive man. The book timer says I am at the four hour mark with less that than six hours remaining.
Erma is especially loving this evening. Two weeks from today she will turn twelve. How I do love this rescue pooch whose devotion reaches untold depths.
On to final touches to my trip plans.