Day 216 – August 4, 2018
I woke up this morning in an pretty rude fashion. Anastasia, my husky, had some serious issue with borborygmus which caused the bed to literally shake me away. If that wasn’t enough, the accompanying smell, had the same effect as smelling salts. It was not a pleasant awakening, but that is where the worst part of the day ends. Because when I got up, light filled the room that was not artificially made. It was the first morning I woke up to sunny skies in well over a week. Looking out the window, I was treated to brilliant blue skies, and it was good. Eager to get started on some way overdue outdoor work, I was quickly reminded how fast humidity can overtake you. As long as I remembered to pace myself, the humidity wouldn’t be an issue. This evening, on my way home I came up to the McLoughlin Memorial Covered Bridge, circa 1810, which is not far at all from the house. As I waited for the light to change, I decided to take the opportunity to snap a couple of shots. One cloud serenely danced across that brilliant blue skies. And if that wasn’t enough, with two hours left in the day, it appears that this will be a complete rain free day. One forbidding thought just popped into my head. I really hope, in a week or so, that I am not writing about how much we need rain. For now, I will take what I can get. Stay safe and have a wonderful rest of the weekend!
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