We had a hot weekend, but today was a beautiful June day! Copper, Dani and I spent most of it running errands far and wide. It’s nice to be able to do most of our shopping and errands on our Fortnightly Marketing Peregrination every other Saturday, but sometimes things need to be done on a weekday. Today, there were just a handful of things that needed to be taken care of, but they were all outside of our normal travel routes and none of them were in the same area.
My husband picked up his brand new uniforms. He’s been a Deputy Sheriff long enough that we have seen a handful of uniform changes, and more than a handful of Sheriffs! It was a bit bittersweet realizing that this is probably the last time that he’ll buy new uniforms. These should see him through until he retires in a couple of years.
We were back home in just enough time for me to get some more watering done before I started dinner.
This is one of the hydrangeas that was started from a cutting last summer. The crinkled leaves were scorched last summer, but the pretty, new green growth is all from this year.
Oh, and those chewed places in the new leaves? We’re just a few miles, as the
crow locust flies from this poor town. Needless to say, our infestation is not nearly a bad as it is there, but we are seeing them here, too.
It really was a nice June day, as we enjoyed Copper’s day off.
How was your Monday?