I woke up to this beautiful hibiscus blossom....a great way to start the day.
Finished chores before Jen dropped Finn and Cooper off.
Coop was not happy. Why do boys love these nerf guns?
Yesterday they found this antique typewriter in the loft and wanted to check it out.
Gary had already started a batch of sauce and Finn wanted to help with the stirring.
Jenny picked them up before 2 so they could visit their new classrooms.
Gary and I ran an errand and went over to the pool.
It's about time! Have not been there since last Saturday.
No humidity today, and a little breeze. Perfect.
Stopped at the Welcome Center on the way home to check on Tina, Sara and DJ...their last duty
for this season.
Roger was there...
and DJ was looking his beautiful self.
Gary stayed down town to get things set up for the last summer concert
and I went home to do chores.
This morning I mowed the lawn...
I keep a waterhole for the frogs in the area...they use it all the time.
We still have a few of these lilies blooming.
Got down to the Center a little before 7...brought Gary dinner.
Tonight it was Julie Dunlap and High Maintanence.
A very good and appreciative crowd.
Chet, the breadman, was there and presented me with a loaf of whole wheat.
Today he was the main speaker at our school district opening for teachers.
His message is "pay it forward" and he received a standing ovation.
Talk about an asset to this community.
You must recognize Mary Pat...
That's her husband, Scott.
Julie sang until after dark.
The "blue moon" arrived on schedule.
Did you see it?