I had a 2 mile walk this morning, east on Third and then back west along the lake. Now sitting on a ice pack. Right leg bursa not too bad, but thought I’d nip any inflammation in the bud—or in the bursa. I’ve now walked or cycled 1038 miles since Dec. 26. Coolish today, but they are predicting a nice day, zero rain. Big storm last night about 10 p.m. but it seems to have moved over the lake. Is there anything as useless as a diary/blog that discusses weather? I have a calendar/garden diary of my mother’s from the 1970s. It’s almost funny.
The Lakeside grounds crew is here cutting up the limbs from storm damage Friday and Saturday. Our tree is on the easement, which means they clean it up. Our neighbors’ Hackberry which fell over is on their property, so they have to pay. If it had damaged their cottage, insurance would cover it, but it didn’t. It actually looks like it’s on their neighbor’s property, except back in the day when people weren’t too sure, that driveway is 4’ over the line.
I bought a new microwave (smaller) in May, but it doesn’t seem to be heating all that great, which was the problem with the 20 year old it replaced. The old one has been given away, and I don’t think I have the receipt here because everything seemed fine a month ago.
I left after the first 2 numbers of last night’s program, Hey Mavis. It was sort of jazz, sort of blue grass, and mostly original material. I usually wait until intermission. It wasn’t bad, but just not what I felt like listening to, so I walked home and stopped to chat with a neighbor. We had a nice chat with the young couple sitting in front of us at Hoover, but they left before I did. They were staying in a B&B which must be tough with small children (one a baby), but she had fallen in love with Lakeside.
This year my husband joined “The guy’s club.” I think it was originally a spoof on The Women’s Club which has been around for about 90 years, and they had no agenda and no programs. Their dues support various Lakeside projects. But they do march with their drill team (carry power drills and wear matching t-shirts) in the July 4 parade, and go to lunch. So today he’s going to lunch with them. He knows most of them from sailing, but has never joined.