I enjoy walking around in the sloshy stuff, that is when I have my rubber boots on. I’d left them at the Meeting House and for a few days was wearing my running shoes. My shoes, socks, and feet promptly got wet. I am now more appreciative of my low-cut rubber boots.
The air again smells fresh. It rained yesterday and today, an honest to dog spring rain – this was not the heavy sleet that you endure, but rather, a more cleansing rain that you appreciate.
If we do get more snow, it will just be a short squall.
This morning I did BLBP administrativa – I was then shifting from leg to leg and very restless because all I wanted to do was get outside. I finally had to get out because it was too nice a day. It was as if Mother Nature was yelling “yoo hoo.” And as we all know, it’s bad karma to ignore Mother Nature.
I next took Tinni for a walk then took Hrimmi on a road ride. She was glad to get out, as was Tyra, who I got out after dinner. Beforehand, Tyra in fact was going a bit stir crazy. I can tell this for when I am cleaning the pen, she will follow me around. She acts like she wants treats, but I know that also that she’s restless.
In between, I went and sorted and categorized books at the Meeting House. I was hoping to not have to go in at all, but I had to distribute books (Bill is out of town), and I had to get books ready for cleaning tomorrow. These books will be put out for the public at Kindergarten Night on Thursday.
Pete and I also went for a drive, this time in search of a permanent site for the Meeting House. The demo guy had told us that the owner of the garage behind the Meeting House had other plans for the building – he in fact wants to turn it into an Air B and B.
So right now, we have no leads. Something will materialize, but as to when we have no idea.
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