Only Robinson Crusoe had everything done by Friday!
Sunday morning and we had our coffee in the swim spa at 7:00 AM. We could even see the yard being watered, and Five Miles gets hit in the butt by the sprinkler; a shocking experience for him!
Mary spent the morning washing all the plastic and silk flowers we had stored in my bathtub. I went to Home Depot and got supplies for hooking up the bug zapper and properly installing outlets under the eves of the house; it’s going to be a one switch Christmas without a single extension cord involved!
We bought two verticle outdoor heaters and covers to keep them nice. We decided to put the covers on this morning; a perfect fit!
Back inside Mary began breakfast, but we ran out of time before we wanted to watch our Sunday morning televangelist show, In Touch Ministries with Dr. Stanley!
Today Dr. Stanley talked about relationships, and it was outstanding.
We listened carefully and talked about the various items he discussed after the show and throughout the day! Mary brought in some berries and sliced peaches so we would not starve to death!
We worked around the house the rest of the day, and I did a Home Depot run to get extension cords for the bug zapper!
We were ready for a meal, but Mary was busy with her plants, so I cut spaghetti squash in half and put it in the microwave for 20 minutes in a baking pan of water. We are going to have spaghetti a little later!
I have no idea what she put in there except for the eye of neut and the bat’s wings, but it was a wonderful concoction which I was savoring at a distance.
The inside of the squash comes like just like spaghetti and NO CARBS!!! This is a good thing! I asked Mary, “I always wonder if mixing pasta and antipasto is like mixing matter and anti-matter.”
We dined at about 2:00 PM, which was perfect! The meals service with cold cranberry juice was perfect!
I set the zapper temporarily, and Mary and I sat outside cheering it on. We lost track after 50 zaps! Die, sucker, die!!!
It was dark, so we headed to bed and turned on another Bruce Willis movie, and he was so young! Storyline: Walter Davis is a workaholic. His attention is all to his work and very little to his personal life or appearance. Now he needs a date to take to his company’s business dinner with a new important Japanese client. His brother sets him up with his wife’s cousin Nadia, who is new in town and wants to socialize, but he was warned that she loses control and becomes wild if she gets drunk. How will the date turn out – especially when they encounter Nadia’s ex-boyfriend David?