For those who missed the news, we had bad thunderstorms and torrential downpours yesterday afternoon. In DC, the Federal Government said it was fine for people to leave work early. That didn't happen for us. Then again we weren't in DC. We had a few minutes of gusty wind, a bit of thunder, and then steady rain for about an hour and a half. Everything was done by the time I got home from work.
I did 14 sets of Kettlebell exercises yesterday and my L1 - L5 rather impolitely reminded me that they're slowly fusing together. Naproxen does wonders. So does a heating pad. This means I will have to work the exercises in slowly, possibly into other workouts. Maybe a set or two when I do arms, and a set or two when I do chest.
Twenty-four hours after the house next door was listed, there was a price drop from $185,000 to $179,900. This was after one showing, so obviously it didn't go as well as the owner thought it was going to go. I've talked to him several times, he thinks he's a shrewd businessman and that all potential buyers are stupid. They aren't. Not with the prices of homes today. They do their research.
Remember my cutting back my peach tree? Well, this is what it looks like today, not at all like the nectarine tree which is pretty much dead to the world.