Not exactly sure what the weather is doing across the country, but here in Georgia, it's sizzling hot. I think it got up to 94 degrees in my neighborhood today. That's pretty hot for June. This is the first summer in several years we aren't being lectured about flushing the toilets too much. In other words, we aren't in a drought. You can sure tell it too. Everyone's grass is green. The trees don't look thirsty. All the flowers are healthy and some of the pests that I normally see on my flowers are not here. Suz and Jason actually said the rivers they saw in the mountains over the weekend were full. What a relief because when Jeff and I went to the mountains for my birthday in October of '08, you could walk all the way across what would be a waterfall. There was just no water there.
I'm kinda curious about something. We play the air conditioner up and down game at my house. When I'm hot, Jeff's not. When he's hot, I'm not. We can't get a comfortable temperature we agree on. Unless I'm up and moving around inside, I freeze when the air is on. Except at night. When I go to bed, I would love to sleep with the thermostat set on about 70. Generally speaking, I don't like the way air conditioned air feels. It just feels too chilly. What temperature do you set your thermostat? There has to be a happy medium.
So my dad (the king of garage sale/yard sale/estate sales) bought this really big float at a garage sale this past winter. I bought it from him and used it today in the pool. I actually proofed a deposition while I floated around in the pool. Heavenly it was.
Wasps and flies are what's bugging me. We've killed three in our house in the past couple of days. They've built themselves a nest inside our garage and they're coming in when we open the garage door. The flies just come in like they're a welcome guest we've been waiting all year for. I have a major fly fetish. They give me the creeps.
This has to be the single most boring post in the history of blogs.
Till tomorrow. LLL.