The weeks do keep moving by and need some recognition so you get to share my week.
CLEANING UP - During our high winds the pine trees seem to mostly shed onto the limited areas that we are responsible for - our little patio, sidewalk and driveway. All gone now except for the pine cones that I brought in for some seasonal decoration.
BATH REMODEL - Our newly remodeled guest bathroom is almost back in operation after a thorough cleaning. We ordered a custom shower door and scheduled installation later in the month. pan.
SOCIAL LIFE - My schedule was rearranged so I could go to my club board meeting, book club and craft group. Out to lunch with friends after the first meeting.
GUEST ROOM UPGRADES - I found end tables, table lamps and a down comforter online. Perhaps I will also look for some rugs by the sides of the bed.
BERKELEY AGAIN - We head to Berkeley next week for our granddaughter's 3rd birthday, our son taking Hubby to a Cal vs USC football game for Hubby's birthday, and the two of them working on home improvements for a couple of days. Our other son and DIL will come up for the weekend too.
SHOPPING OUR GARAGE - We had reluctantly accepted a hand me down like new Emeril air fryer from Hubby's aunt and then stuck it in the garage. Our toaster stopped working and so we pulled it out and our going to try it as a toaster!
SICK POOCH RECOVERS - Poor dog had another random day of being sick, but bounced around the next morning and ate eagerly. She is on antibiotics for now and had a negative parasite test result. If only she could talk and describe how she feels before throwing up on the carpet repeatedly LOL.
FICTION FROM REAL LIFE - I have so enjoyed the Amy Stewart mysteries featuring the real life Kopp sisters including Constance Kopp who was an under sheriff and lady detective in New Jersey in the early 1900s. She was widely covered in the newspapers at the time. I'm going back and reading the ones I missed. Check out Amy Stewart's website for more info on the history back story. She also has written a series of books about the natural world that look interesting.
REMEMBER THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT - Only one more state needs to pass it for it to finally become ratified and it looks like Virginia just might do it this coming year! I think once the new state congress is seated we should all write their Speaker of the House and encourage getting it done! I'd love to see women's rights finally become law during my lifetime.