Yesterday was good, mostly. Many chores accomplished. While the nectarine tree is still standing (operative word being still), my peach tree was cut way back in order for it to grow straighter. Odd choice of words, perhaps, but it's better not to have your trees growing into the side of your house.
The only issue was my neighbor from across the street, she decided to come over and... forcibly chat might be a nice way of looking at it. Closing on the house next to me is scheduled for this afternoon, and she had one last chance to wonder through and pick out things she might want. Once it was locked up, she decided there were things she might have liked to have grabbed, like a crockpot, and a dust buster, and I got to be on the receiving end of her complaints. She actually tried to find a way inside even though at this point it would be breaking and entering.
Can we have a moment of silence for the passing of Angela Lansbury? I saw her in Sweeny Todd on Broadway. She was simply amazing.
Last evening I went to see Amsterdam. It was thoroughly enjoyable. It's a comedy... sort of, and a drama, but not quite. Oh, and it's also a mystery. Set in the early 1930s, between World Wars 1 & 2, I was surprised at how currently relevant the political dialogue was, as well as it's commentary on racism and antisemitism. Oh, and Bob will be pleased to know that his most favoritesat entertainer of all time, Taylor Swift is in it briefly.