So, I get to go to work today and it's also supposed to rain, we might possibly even have a thundershower. That would be nice. It would be nice not to have to water the lawn and my plants when i get home from work, and just possibly save a little money on the water bill.
And how busy will the store be today? That's difficult to say. Schools are now out for the season, which means parents must now parent during the day. We do know, however, that not all parents do that, some rely on TV, or games, or just about anything that doesn't interfere with their personal space and time.
I am working on losing the extra pounds I put on during the Memorial Day weekend. Who would have thought that grazing can had so many extra ounces? And that they'd show up when I stood on the scale?
I started watching Fubar last evening on Netflix and got about a half an hour into it before turning it off. I didn't find the humor funny and the premise sounded like something network TV might find intriguing. All Netflix did was take out the commercials and add language.
As for digging out my Burning Bush, it's happening slowly. I only put about an hour into the job every day... more or less. I figure it might take me a week or so. Then I'll have to decide if I want to plant something not so aggressive, or just grow grass right up top the porch. Honestly, either works for me.
|Lily likes to supervise|
And, of course, people are still upset about the Debt Ceiling agreement, mostly Republicans. That's fine. They can never have too much bad luck.