Been very hot. And I would love to decorate the grave of the man who invented air conditioning. Of all the great inventions in the world that one saves my sanity...lol Looks like another week of heat and lets hope we get down into the 70's soon. I'm still plugging along and enjoying my summer. Funny that it doesn't take much to entertain me. I have redecorated my living room with items that make me think of the sea. Turns out, we have decided to not go to Oregon in October. Just do not want to risk it. After 5 months of keeping to ourselves, we don't want to blow it. Not safe out there yet.
Started painting a creepy gnome from the backyard. He got forgotten in one of the gardens and lost all his color.
Headed north to Flathead Lake for a road trip. Hubby is selling items in an artist's shop and we needed to restock. Such a lovely drive and great to sit and chat and look out the windows at a different view.
Been baking again and tried my hand at a cheesecake. The batter was a bit lumpy but it came out great.
Working around the yard and pruning trees. We lucked out and by chance found a tree service that could do my 25 foot apple trees (grown for shade) and do them to my specs. They came out great and that's a load off my mind.
Our biggest entertainment is yard saling. Since we have a mask mandate in town we feel very comfortable going. And everyone is doing their part with gel and distancing. And folks seem starved for contact, even with strangers.
So happy to watch the Indy 500 the other day! I love how they are trying to give us events and safely. I am eager for NFL football to start since my local college team has cancelled their season. Sad.
Coming up next, painting my bathroom! It's been way too long and needs it. I have about 8 color chips stuck up and trying to decide which shade of yellow. Hmm. This looks better....lol
Well, as you can see even if life has gotten a bit strange, we still manage to keep ourselves occupied. Anyone want a Popsicle and do you want to watch an episode of Cheers? Take care. Please wear masks! Always, Kit