Happy New Week and Happy Full Moon! The Full Wolf Moon occurs on 10 January (Friday).
Be sure to check back to last week's thread where Lindy posted some adorable grandchildren pics!!!
Everyone have a wonderful week!
Thank you Diane - and yes everyone - be sure to see Lindybird's grandkiddy pix. :-)
Fairly productive day here, if you don't count the morning, when I went to two grocery stores where I somehow didn't get what I wanted. Home for lunch, then prepped peppers and onions for dinner with sauteed scallops - which I found I hadn't actually bought! Oh dear. Leapt into car and zoomed off to Costco where they've finally installed self checkout stands, so was in and out very quickly. Then home to rake up remainder of leaves in back garden. Nothing on agenda for tomorrow.....
Have a good Sunday all.
Annette and anyone interested: SpaceX will launch a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 60 small satellites that will act as relay stations to provide broadband to underserved areas of the world. The launch will take place at Cape Canaveral, Florida. SpaceX plans to recover the rocket's first stage. The rocket will launch Monday (tomorrow, June 6) night at 6:19 p.m. in California and 2:19 a.m. in the U.K.
It's unclear to me right now where the launch will be available to watch online. Here's SpaceX YouTube, and here's SpaceX Webcast and here's NASA TV.
Thank you DIANE for a brand new week
. . . with rain!!! Well, just a little, about 4 mm overnight and less today. Not enough to dampen fires but some respite. So cool that OH threatened to change a/c from cooling to heating. I told him to fetch a jumper.
Morning all: I'm taking the liberty of copying/pasting a post from dibnlib, which came at the very end of last week's post. Here it is:
"A Very Happy New Year to you all. Sorry it is so very belated but haven't been on the site since early December.
Just wanted to say that we enjoyed "Little Women" very much. Yes it flashes back and forward a lot but I do think that having read the book helped and the film did stay true to the story. I actually thought it was beautifully done."
dibnlib: Good to see you and glad you liked the movie. I've heard good things about the director, one of many women who are finally getting recognition in Hollywood. I'm going to wait for the DVD.
Heather: One room at a time works for me too (sounds like the Alcoholics Anonymous mantra, though I doubt anyone's addicted to housework). :-) Glad Bella survived her close encounter with the power grid.
AQ: What a tease - 4mm of rain, but I well know how grateful folks are for any moisture. Am also watching news from Oz. They showed the fire on Kangaroo Island last night EDIT: Now I'm reading about Kangaroo Valley - so a different area?. The wildlife is getting lots of coverage too.. I see we have a contingent of California firefighters heading your way tomorrow (Monday)..... I remember dear Margo advocating that we all do the rain dance during a UK drought..... :-)
Lindybird: Be realistic! How can photos of cuties possibly be boring. :-)
OG; Always nice to have someone like your preacher add a special lift to a church service.
Got an e-mail from Mike of the Gray Whales Count saying that the Santa Barbara Natural History Museum/Sea Center is taking over the count and asking if he could release volunteer contact info to them. They're still working out the transition, but he'll be involved in training, etc.
High clouds here today and normal sorts of temps. I'm going to putter in the garden, but nothing strenuous. I always feel like I've had a small vacation from the world when I come back in the house after a spell with the plants.
Have a good week all.
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