Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week.
We were up bright and early, 7:00 AM, and decided the swim spa was the answer, but we did not know the question.
Into our birthday suits and out my bathroom door since it is five feet from the swim spa. I asked Mary, “What do you get when you drain a hot tub full of clowns?” After a puzzled look, I answered, ” Several gallons of laughing stock.”
I was relaxing in the tub when my beautiful wife pointed her finger at me and gave me a furious look… I knew I was in hot water.
Upon stepping out of the tub, I reminded Mary that we ought to take our birthday suits to the cleaners and get them pressed! I got the “mommy look!”
After the soak, we walked Five Miles. He enjoyed the new path we took, and he was pooped by the time we returned home after only 0.97 miles! We see many funny things on our walks but today this sign cracked us up!
We have many choices for our walks, and as the weather cools down, we will adventure into the east-of-Cannon neighborhoods. We are looking for a good two-mile path to take every morning. It is working as I am at 194 pounds this morning.
We worked the rest of the day. Our handyman was here, and he put in some drywall fixes around my new electrical outlets, and he also got us a new medicine chest; the original was “cheap”.
Mary called me inside, and to my delight, she had made a breakfast casserole from scratch. It was amazing. I tried to control myself, but I went back for seconds and thirds. She also cut up some fresh peaches and plums, and we had an English muffin with Kerrygold butter. I thought I had died and gone to heaven.
I worked in the front yard and made the two lights on the pathway to the front door “bird proof”. While I was inside the fixture, I changed the bulbs to be internet-controlled and capable of 64,000,000 different colors. Now they are on times going on and off with the setting and rising of the sun!
At the holidays, I can make them match the colors of the holiday!
We crashed at 8:00 PM as Mary has to work tomorrow. It was a good day!