As you know, we had a lot of rain, and it's raining as I type. It's still looks like rain after this weekend, through next weekend, with no dry days. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday are going to be our days with an inch plus. It looks like my appt. will be on Thursday. I'd better buy an umbrella!
After this weekend, the temperatures will be cooler, even with the rain. Lower 40's at night, so maybe high 30's in reality, since they tend to predict it being warmer than it will be, and 40's or 50's during the day. I'm just going to say 40's here. I will need to add a coat to my umbrella.
My appt., once again, is at the end of the day, when they are technically closed. Either the Dr. fit me in, or that's the new-patient slot, since new patient appts. are longer than most regular appts. We're definitely going to get home well after dark.
I got a couple of meals in the freezer this week. I'll make sure that they are there for both of our appts. next week. Then, we can either eat early, or have it waiting when we get home, which is the most likely.
Next week would have been Dd's birthday; it's even the correct day that she was born on. I noticed that by accident when looking at the calendar for my appt.
I've been getting rid of a lot of things over the months, but I found a tin that I'm keeping. It's multi-sided, maybe 6" or a little less across, white with pretty, delicate flowers on the sides and top, is by Avon, is made in England, and is a Mother's Day tin dated the year that Ds was born.
The problem is, I want it to be useful, but can't decide where to put it. Everything that I pack goes into a specific room tote. I've thought about putting it in the living room, maybe not even out, but in one of the drawers in there. Perhaps holding game pieces? Once I have fully decided, then it can be wrapped, and packed in, say, the living room tote. Any good ideas for a medium-small, pretty tin?
I've done a lot of 'rainy day' activities this week. Writing, drawing, list making for everything from meals to taxes, and watching a couple of movies, including some of the original Sherlock Holmes movies, and finishing Paddington Bear.
There are next to no wild critters out in this weather. I was surprised to hear wildlife on our one dry day. We heard a squirrel, and a blue jay. Other than that, they are laying low, too. If they are calling, they can't be heard over the sound of the rain.
Ds got an email that the steam museum just got a $500. water bill. Apparently, a water line had broken, but because of everything being so wet out, no one could tell until the bill came in. In drier weather, the wet ground would have been the tip-off.
Well, that's all that's going on in this neck of the woods, since I already posted about the house's doors and vents, etc.
How was your week?
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