Days drag and time flies. How does that happen? We're just about through the sixth of a twelve-month year and it seems I just took down the Christmas tree. Perhaps right now this is more apparent to me as I've definitely gone into slow motion, but the week has still zipped by.
Cooler again by another couple of degrees outside, I still can't get the inside of the house below 90. To me, that is H. O. T. and I sit with spray bottle at hand. There was the possibility of a little more air circulating in the barn with the window covers off. Percy is making such a pest of himself as he pops up again and again on either side of the room. I wish he were like his brethren who come into the big room and flatten themselves like pancakes, arms and legs splayed like flying squirrels, trying to get cool in the shade. They have the courtesy to wait until I leave to raid the stash.
Bessie Anne went to her pool four times yesterday and came back in dripping wet to throw herself on the hearth. Oh well, it needed mopping anyhow.
Speaking of mopping and relatives, it was with great pleasure that I learned that one of Steve's cousins (oh, for goodness sake, after thirty years I think they're my cousins, too) is coming tomorrow for a visit. The kitchen needs mopping. Yup, I'll get right on that. Luckily, I have two spray bottles so Sandy and I won't have to battle over custody of the one.
Cam has been taking care of Beau's animals while the family has gone for the weekend, and since she drives right by my place she stops in for a late afternoon chat. There wasn't a hint of breeze all day yesterday, so thinking it would be cooler out on the deck was wishful thinking. We watched several bands of tom turkeys march by below. These birds are huge, and they walk with such dignity. There is a big pot out by the chicken pen that is filled with water for the wild things. Every day now it is nearly empty by morning. Vultures line the rim of the goat trough to get a drink.
I'd best get moving, or this day will get away from me whether I'm in slow motion or not. It's all relative.