So, the five hours I spent at work yesterday were more of an inconvenience than anything else. 11 AM to 4 PM really takes the wrong chunk out of my day. I don't mind being scheduled in the mornings or afternoons but losing the middle of the day really bothered me. I had no desire to either start or continue a project before I left for work, and the same was true when I got home. The fact that the five hours I spent at the flooring desk turned out to be uneventful marriage of boring and blasé didn't help. This happens sometimes.
Temperature wise, we did get up into the mid 90s (F). Even though forecasters were calling for rain, we had none. That meant watering my little garden, which has so far produced only 1 tomato and 1 green pepper. Some of the branches on my peach tree are dying. Son of a bitch.
There was, however, one nice surprise. Two months ago, I had planted an elephant ear believing it would grow large, cutting down the amount of lawn I'd have to mow. Well, nothing happened. For two months. I thought the plant had just died. And then yesterday morning as I was taking out the garbage, I found this, and while it's only about 5 inches long, it's nice to know it didn't die.
Ohh Elephant Ears!ReplyDelete
So pretty. I managed to kill one because I planted the bulb upside down. I planted some of her cousins and they did the same as yours: I thought they were all dead and then it rained and all popped up. They're doing fine, I hope.
The Marriage Equality Act is gonna be a tight squeeze if it passes. It has the usual Repug suspects 'on the fence'.
As for Ginny, they'll subpoena her hateful ass and drag her to testify, SCOTUS husband or not. I'll be watching.
Knowing how much Republicans lie, I'm not counting on much happening until after midterms.Delete
Wow, 37 years. I can’t imagine. UghReplyDelete
I'm betting their both celibates, saving themselves for God.Delete
I'd like to see Ginni get the Steve Bannon treatment.ReplyDelete
So would I.Delete