HAPPY NEW WEEK and HAPPY FULL MOON!
The full moon -- the Buck Moon -- is Tuesday.
Sorry for starting the thread early. I got up really early to work, and I'm off to take a nap. I thought I'd go ahead and start it. Very hot here today.
I hope everyone has a wonderful week!
AQ: You sound doubtful about your possible return. Is your church planning something spectacular this morning? No trial-run at rapturing I hope.
Diane: I just came on to start the thread, so thank you. Dare I ask how that project is going? Is there light at the end of the tunnel, or.......?
Lindybird: Hope your wifi gets sorted. I've recorded several programs about Apollo 11. I was sitting on a beach listening to it on someone else's radio. There's a program on our Public Broadcasting Station here called American Experience, which is looking in-depth at the whole U.S. space program, starting with the recruiting of the Nazi rocket scientists at the end of WW11.
Two naps today! Was so tired last night I went to bed; woke up at 3 and in the silence heard the sound of running water. Aaack! Rush outside to turn off the sprinkler I'd put on many hours previously. :-(( At least they've dropped all the surcharges on excess usage imposed during the drought. Still....
I really am going to have to go grocery shopping tomorrow. I had a good sort through the fridge when the kids left and have been eating unlikely leftovers (fish fingers anyone?). There are 3 good quality hot dogs that OH says he'll eat (without the buns) and some cinnamon toast waffles that I'll probably scarf up tomorrow morning during the Djokovic/Federer match. Then back to normal Monday...
ANNETTE – No, church was same as usual. The doubt was that I rarely seem to get back here when I expect to. Life’s trivia intervenes, I get distracted. Now I can’t remember what great thoughts I was going to share <grin>.
Very late nights with Tour de France telecast beginning 9.30 pm and tennis 10.30 pm. Remote getting well used as I flip channels in adverts; more cycling than tennis to avoid those grunts. Finally getting to bed well after 1 am.
OG: Like the sound of a "gentle" day. We need more of them. Birthday cake sounds much nicer than fish sticks and hot dogs. Hope the Manchester trip goes well.
Lindybird: Doubt we'll see Ms. D here again this year. I'll be the one on the road....
Am glued to Wimbledon.
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