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A Day Off?
I feel like I had a day off today. I opened the greenhouse and watered the plants. We went to the post office and to some yard sales. When we got home I moved the plants out of the greenhouse so they could get some afternoon sunshine. I went to the library from one to five. When I came home I put the plants back in the greenhouse for the night and finished dinner. DR starts it every Friday while I'm at the library and I finish it when I come home. I washed the dishes and made some scones to take to the flea market tomorrow and I'm done for the day.
The summer reading program meeting went well. I just have to get things all typed up and copies made and a folder made for each day so everyone knows the schedule. We have a speaker for each day now, the last one committed today. So, we will have day one for an introduction, day two for wildlife, day three for cats and kittens, day four for dogs and assorted pets, day five lizards and snakes, day six for birds and day seven for a fun day. The audabon society is going to do the bird program. We have a short craft period each day. We have a snack/story time each day and a time for checking books in and out and listing books read and points collected. Points are given for each book read and points can be used to buy prized from the prize store. We put Mary in charge of buying prizes for the store because she has school age children and knows more what they would read a book for points so they can buy something than Dan or I do. Dan doesn't have children and mine are all over 30. In fact, my youngest will be 40 next year. Does that make me feel old? No, it makes me older I guess but I don't really feel old most days. Only when I come dragging in from yard work.
It's supposed to be sunny and 81F tomorrow so it should be a good day. I called and reserved our space so maybe I can get up at 6 am instead of 5 am. I've got everything ready for breakfast and lunch and snacks so that's done. DR has the truck packed. It's always a surprise when I get to unpack and see what he's loaded into the truck this time. Dooley
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The summer reading program sounds like it will be a big success Dooley. Would still love to attend the lizards / snakes day. That will be the most interesting for the kids I'd bet :)
You are right. I think the snake and lizard day will be well attended. Dooley
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