Dean is FIRST!Welcome to 1:00am posting (a tad late)...brought to you by me being late. LOL!
On time is when we get there.--Alan
Dang software just ate another post. Poo. Pretty peaceful night. Feeling a bit intimidated by all I've scheduled myself for today. Like to get the tomatoes planted *before* the rain. But big task-- involving water buckets, wheelbarrows and a long trek upfield. Thanks for the cage tip Alan -- will look around. But spect I won't be planting tomatoes in twenty years, lol! But you never know, eh? About two/thirds finished with the floor leveling job. I *may* finish it without having to move the counter: looking better and better. Then have to notch the wallboard a bit more so the counter boards don't angle quite so steeply (miscalc when the kid did it last year). Paint the newish undercounter trolley. Deep red; have had the paint for a year, but not the energy. Eventually hang the skirting (thirty year old blue/white hand loomed print, batik, brought home from China, waiting for the *perfect* place, lol! I am patient, if nothing else. The fabric is interesting: that minority (Miow comes to mind, but don't remember exactly) is fairly famous in China for home loomed fabrics: but it's narrow: about 13 inches wide. Their clothing is designed to be put together in 13" segments. . . . wise tribe, that, grin.If I even get near that before bedtime, I'll be a most happy camper!
Well, didna get the tomatoes in before the rain. DID get the wheelbarrow out and over by the river, and the bucket, and the trowel, and the leash (for dropping the bucket into the river/retrieving it). And got them *deeply* watered, 'cause they wuz lookin poorly. And if this wasn't a BOOMER, I'd prolly have gone up. And would be getting drownded about right now, lol! Mesocylclone/new cell, popped up almost with no warning. But really really loud. Tis a joy that the Goobey actually enjoys thunderstorms. He didn't want to come in, so is out, watching.
Alan, I liked the way you said that. :-)We've been under a Tornado Watch all day and there were tornadoes north, east and south of us, but we got only a smallish thunderstorm with heavy rain. We didn't get golfball-sized hail and 70 mph winds, like they got down in Killington.
Glad you're safe and sound, you've been on ma mind. . . .
President Obama presented Bob Dylan with the Medal of Freedom at the White House today, saying "There is not a bigger giant in the history of American music." It is the United States' highest civilian honor and is awarded for meritorious contributions to the national interest of the United States, to world peace, or to other significant endeavors.
Can't seem to get "Reply" to work.Wanted to say thanks for thinking of me, and that I also heard about Bob Dylan getting the Medal of Freedom from President Obama. Madeleine Albright and John Glenn got one too, and I think some others. Glad for it! :-)
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