Fact: All of the water on Earth would form a ball that’s 860 miles wide. About 71 percent of the surface of the Earth is covered with water. However, it’s hard to fully grasp just how much water that actually is. Thankfully, NASA put it in perspective. They explain that if we were somehow able to take all of the water on the planet and bring it together, it would form a massive 860-mile wide ball. For comparison, the Earth itself is 7,917.5 miles in diameter.
We were lazy today which is understandable since we danced for hours last night! I did get up at 6:00 AM and watered Scout (i.e. took him outside to water the grass).
We again worked in the office and finally, I got all of my 150+ aloha shirts organized and cleaned off my desk! Success, finally! We watched our TV evangelist and he had good messages for us.
I got my OLD camera out and decided to see if it would work. It is a Canon 30D, about 15 years old. It takes pretty good pictures but no bells and whistles. I am going to carry it with me for a while before giving it away.
We went from plant to plant checking on each one making sure they had water and were not infested with weeds. The new dripline controller is working just great, I was able to turn on the sprinklers form my phone as I was standing by the plants.
We measured for the new garden and I plan to call our bricklayer this week and get an estimate for the damages.
After working in the garden, Mary decided it was time for soup! I found a recipe called “Stuffed Pepper Soup” so off we go slicing and dicing and cooking up a storm. It was actually fantastic!
The doorbell rang and I went to see what was going on. The nice UPS man delivered my surprise for Mary. She liked the “Pink Ladies” jackets that some of the gals were wearing so I did my thing!
At 4:00 PM we got cleaned up for our 5:00 PM departure to Chino and dancing. We met up with Bob and Donna at PF Chang’s and enjoyed a delightful hour of conversation before going to Studio-M!
We have arranged the trip to Catalina for the Avalon Ball.