The skies are a bit overcast this morning. They're predicted to be that way most of the day, with a high in the upper 60s (F). Tomorrow a chance of rain is going to move into the area, but after that our temps are predicted to climb back into the 70s (F). This is fine.
The electricians were here yesterday and did their thing. I now have a stove vent / fan combo, and two outlets have been removed, three added, dedicated wiring for the dishwasher is in, and a ceiling light installed in the cycling / running / computer room. The light was a bit of a stickler. Ripping up the plywood floor in the attic, they discovered that the wiring was... antiquated (nice way of putting it), so they shut that off and rewired. Electrical and Plumbing are the 2 biggest issues when renovating a 118 year old home.
Lily handled them well, barking when necessary, observing them from a distance while they did their work. Running up and down the stairs tuckered her out and she was up in bed by 6:30 PM.
I went to see A Haunting in Venice last evening, Kenneth Branagh's foray into Agatha Christie. This one was far better than A Death on the Nile with more interesting characters, a better developed storyline, and a lot less absurdity in the denouement. This one has a bit of a spooky twist, with Poirot being invited to a seance, and, of course, murder and mayhem follow him. Michelle Yeoh is good as the all too wise medium, as is Tina Fey, playing drama. For those Kyle Allen fans out there, I hate to tell you this, but he keeps his shirt on. This movie was very entertaining.