2. That being said, Uncle SP better remember to charge the game controllers. He said that this morning. Hopefully he'll read this later and remember to get things charging...?!
3. Thanks to Googer and SP's dad, the rotted wood fence has been removed. Now we have 2 more problems/stages of this fun issue: 1: getting rid of the wood posts because they cannot just go out in regular trash (we tried!) - no idea how we'll dispose of them, and 2: replacing the fence. It was there to simply mark where the hillside suddenly drops off and we are afraid that someone will not see/realize just how sudden and steep the drop is and fall and seriously injure themselves. Right now, the massive woodsy overgrowth kind of hides the hillside, which makes it more dangerous.
The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling). I've always enjoyed mystery/detective/crime novels, and I really enjoyed The Cuckoo's Calling (reading it before I knew Galbraith = Rowling), the first novel to feature private investigator Cormoran Strike. I also really enjoyed the second Strike novel. In fact, I sent SP to the basement one evening (I'm sure he was oh so sad to be sent to the mancave to play games and watch TV or whatever he does down there) so that I could finish the book because I wanted to know the identity of the killer and couldn't put the book down!
5. Last Friday we went to a Pirates game with a tailgate on a Gateway Clipper boat beforehand. It was a work outing for SP and it was nice to meet some of his co-workers. It was a beautiful night and I loved not just being at the game but also being on the river for a while.
|Keeping the Dutch oven full of ribs warm on the grill.|
8. SP is off today and tomorrow, so he has a 4 day holiday weekend. Whoo! Happy 4th of July tomorrow!