Saturday, and the temps are beginning a slow slide downward, but then this is what we should be expecting in autumn. I do need to get out and rake the leaves in the backyard. Tomorrow the high temp is predicted to be around 50 (F), so I expect they will be falling like rain.
Of course, Covid is spiking big time, I believe there were 80,000 new diagnosed infections yesterday, and all those fools who test negative? Well, I don't think they understand that test only proves they haven't caught it yet. I suspect this third wave is going to be crushing because we're not going to go into a full lockdown. And you know there are all those MAGA heads out there who believe if they get sick there is always Remdesvir... you know? The miracle drug given to the Idiot Jerk in the White House. They don't understand the treatment is going to cost them $3210, nor do they understand their insurance companies are not going to eat that. Hell, no.
I did volunteer to be a test subject for a vaccine and didn't make the grade. Here's a little video about it. They're still looking for volunteers.
For those who didn't hear, yesterday the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in a Unanimous Decision, said mail in ballots can not be discarded because signatures on the envelopes don't match your voter's card. I don't know about you, but over time my signature has changed. It barely resembles the one on my voter registration card I signed 28 years ago when I moved to Enola. This decision has pissed off the Republicans Royally since the US Supreme Court will not overturn a unanimous decision.
Evidently the only 2 media outlets airing anything on Hunter Biden are Fox News and the New York Post, both owned by Rupert Murdoch, friend of the Idiot Jerk in the White. This is to be expected.
What you are beginning to see is a lot of speculation as to what the Idiot Jerk will be doing after he loses: so many, many lawsuits in his future. As I've said before, he and his spawn will emigrate to Russia.
And finally, I still have a lot of color in my front yard: Zinnias, and dahlias, and even some roses are still blooming.