This is NOT what I have in mind with my motto that a journey that goes exactly according to plan makes for a dull story. I like dull flight stories.
A little lecture here. One passenger said she didn't know how to put on her oxygen mask -- "who ever listens to the safety briefing?" Also it's not a bad idea to keep your seat belt on at all times. Air passengers have been sucked out with rapid decompression.
In local news today . . .
. . . It was warm enough to throw one door open. Not two. That created a too-cool cross-draft.
. . . Terri and Husband are coming Saturday to cut wood, before it's all gone. :-)
. . . Paid an overdue bill (lost the original) for a booklet on "Memory Loss, 2011 Edition." Now I wonder if I already bought an earlier edition but forgot?
. . . As of today I have only five more payments left on my 48-month car loan.
. . . This morning when I got up the blue jays were hopping around Black Kitty and Kitty Girl's food bowl, apparently under the impression I was going to feed them. Nature's awakening, blue jays. Go forage for birdy food. I'm saving you from being kitty food.
. . . Finished up taxes and electronically filed the Fed. Still wrestling with getting a proper paper copy for the State printed (may use up the $19.95 in paper supplies that electronic state filing would have cost) and a copy of everything for my own records. If you ever expect to get a taxable inheritance, don't spend a cent of it until after April 15. :-(
. . . A particularly vicious tissue(s) made its way into the dark laundry, a million little pieces of it sticking like Velcro inside and out of every article of clothing. Why does it always happen in the dark load? There's also a new pair of very dark blue jeans in there and I forgot a Color Catcher. The load is still tumbling in the dryer, so I won't know until it's done whether the lighter darks have taken on a blue cast.
. . . I walked yesterday and again today. Saw this solar installation yesterday. (Attention Daughter and Grandson. And saw new little neighbors for First Flower of Spring today. Is that a seed-pod that forms from the faded flower of the daffodil? It's still in the picture, if you can spot it.
See you tomorrow.