Today I am grateful for endings and for new beginnings. I am a bit subdued, feeling like an 18 wheeler got the best of me. But thanks to Josie for her faithfulness in keeping this blogging challenge GOING!
One. This migraine headache is finally relinquishing its hold. I spent yesterday huddled in the darkness as my dearest widower brought me ibuprofen and Tylenol. Yet another side effect from yet another statin drug. Coming to an end, right?
Two. The necessary roofing repair, with its pounding and ladders and men of integrity, is also coming to an end. I’ll miss the way they hung around….
Three. We are finally tackling some overdue home repairs and cleaning. The roof rot (above) was a serendipitous discovery after pressure washing the house. See? My pressure to get the pressure cleaning was a good thing! I should remind my dearest widower.
Four. The clutter in this house is coming to an end. Baby steps. No, tweener steps.
Five. Our hot and humid summer is gradually coming to an end. Temps dropped to the 80s this week (just for a day or two) and many trees are cutting their losses, with yellowing leaves gulping for water.
Six. The new school year starts tomorrow! My dearest teaching widower calls it the Great Everson Giveaway. I wonder why he’s never as excited as I am.
Seven. More awesome professional development classes start soon! My dearest teaching widower asks me if this is what other “retirees” do.
Eight. The fawns that have been parked on our hill are following mom to sample treats in other folks’ yards. I know they will be back. This evening.
Nine. My dearest widower is shopping for clothes right now! On his own! Maybe this is the start of something new. Maybe he’s an imposter. He doesn’t think a shirt should cost more than $12. Yes, it’s been that long since he ventured into a mall. If I didn’t have such a headache, I would have accompanied him to immortalize the expedition with photos. Is this the end of online shopping? Nope.
Ten. I will copy The Wakefield Doctrine and leave this one for the special day when I don’t have a headache. Whee!