We started the day enjoying breakfast Open Society Public House,* disconcertingly located where my veterinarian's office used to be.
|See the brick pillar or chimney in the wall at the left? That was in an exam room when my vet's office was in this space. It's about the only recognizable part left after the makeover.|
Bicycled home after that -- I picked up donuts on the way, one for there and then, another for later -- and did laundry, ham antenna work (me), writing and grocery-shopping (Tam), then reconvened to attack the lawn. I wrestled the electric mower almost everywhere (there's a tiny stretch in the alley that really needs the string trimmer), including the long-overdue back yard, and Tam did all the trim mowing and edging. So our lawn is civilized for the first time since before the heavy rains.
That was enough work to leave me tired enough to get some sleep before today's early-early shift. Enough sleep? I hope so.
* Not, in fact, connected to George Soros -- although to the extent he'd concentrate his efforts on keeping governments from creeping around behind closed doors where citizens can't see what's going on, he'd be tolerable. Alas, he cannot. Oh, George