Nothing much going on this week other than we are cat-sitting our grand cat,
Navy and his wife have taken a few days off to drive up to the Oregon Coast.
The spectacular coastline that gets no fanfare – Oregonians probably like it that way.
On his side of town, gasoline was $3.53 a gallon so we took advantage of it. Just a little hole in the wall station. On my side of town, it\’s at $4.06 a gallon.
I went to the store and to get just a few things and they were out of many items I normally purchase. I don\’t know why. Maybe it has to do with their supplies are depleted due to the weekend. It makes me feel a little uneasy when I see, bare shelves.
Tomorrow I go and get my toes looked at – They seem to be doing well so I am hopeful I can stop wearing bandages on my big toes.
The husband is now in the shedding stage on his poison oak rash. No more new blisters – no more itching. He looks like he has dandruff on 3/4 of his body.
The weather seems to be cooling down for this week. I\’ll take it and cherish it. Mid 70\’s/low 80\’s.
Our county has strongly suggested we cut back on our water. Lake Shasta is awfully low. I don\’t like to swim or even visit when it gets low – looks ugly. It\’s also dangerous for boaters. It always gets to me, when my county recommends water conservation. I lived in the bay area – we were always conserving and on water rationing. I potty trained 3 little boys during droughts and water rationing.
If it\’s pee, let it be.
When guests would come over, I had to run back to the bathroom to make sure it was flushed.
Fortunately, we have gotten rid of most of our lawns. We still have a little for the dog. They want us to cut down to every 3 days and if we don\’t, they will do mandatory water rationing. That doesn\’t faze me – been there, done that. The young people gripe about it – it\’s new to them, just as it was new to me when I was a young Mom.
That\’s all I have for today.