That's pretty much what I have to share. I've been my normal busy person, but nothing really worth mentioning. I'm still camera-less. But there really hasn't been much to photograph lately. I did go play a round of golf the other day with my cousin. It was only the second round of golf I've ever played in my life. I shot a 119. If you know nothing of golf, then know that that is one horrible score. If you are familiar with the sport, however, then that's quite an improvement from my original score of 135! I have an outdated Game Cube that I play Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2006 on. I LOVE that game. I have played it so much that I am now a better golfer than Tiger Woods, and I have more money than him! What a fantasy!
It was an uneventful Labor Day weekend. We did nothing special. Spent time around the house. Messed with the chickens. I have some half grown pullets that I want to put in with the egg layers. Mike has been buthering some of the older hens, so I am trying to replace them. But I know I can't just throw them in, as the other hens will peck them half to death. So I have a small coop set us adjacent to the larger one. That way they become familiar with each other. It worked before, so I'm giving it another go. I also have some small bitties that were getting too big for the little coop I had them in, so I moved them to a bigger one. My cousin, who works on the fishing boats, has been staying with us, as well. They haven't been fishing the last two weeks, so he's been staying with us, just chilling out. It's just been a weekend of visiting and resting.
No news on the job. They advertise jobs for 10 days, and September 10th will be the last day. So I may know by the end of the week, or it may be the first of next week. I will certainly let you know, though.
I made my blog rounds. I didn't comment of everyone, but I did read. What a conglomeration of posts! When you think of each post as a whole, it's quite funny to think of it all. I read of hair, illness, loneliness, luggage, regrets, hibiscus flowers, getting back to artsy-ness, regrets, home buying, and so much more. Altogether I think it would make a fabulous book! Have a great week everyone!