I had a nice visit with my sister and two of my brothers recently. That was especially nice. We didn't do any singing but we did stand out and admire the stars a bit. It's
six of one...
We have had nothing but
I've taken down the chimes so they wouldn't fly apart.
They say we continue to have earthquakes but I haven't felt them for awhile. Well, there was that one that was measured at 5.1. It was 40 miles away but the house shook for 25 seconds. That one I felt. One day it may just cave in on me. Hope not. Who in their right mind would have ever dreamed that the flat prairie of Oklahoma would be newsworthy for earthquakes? Ha!
If it's warm tomorrow, I'm heading out to do something in the gardens, windy or not. (For as long as I can stand it anyway.) Weeds are taking over the patio again and I have some little onion sets to tuck into the raised beds. Thank goodness we built the walled garden last year. I can go in there and the wind can't find me. That's where I will start then. Oh good, a plan.
No news, as you can tell. Reading,
February and March birthdays celebrated: check, check. Tickets bought for Hamilton, the musical: check. Super Tuesday happened. (What the hell is happening?) Nevermind. Surely it will sort itself out.
Yes, you heard correctly. I'm packing my little bag and heading to NYC with Abbey, to see Hamilton. Maybe then we can let this obsession go. (Probably not.) Since I have never been to New York City, this should be fun. We're also going to the