I'm sure in January or February when I wake up to temperatures in the 30s or 40s, I may want warmer, BUT . . . 80 degrees at 6:30 in the morning is a bit much. When I left for Curves this morning, it was so humid that our windows were all fogged up. I don't think I've ever experienced this kind of humidity. Yucky.
After Curves, the rest of the day has been spent inside in the A/C. Randy was in and out; he did get our lights up as well as the Halloween garland which is our nod to decorating for that day.
I got our finances updated, return address and business cards printed and also printed out my October letter to Reagan. I finished one cross stitch ornament and got started on another.
Dinner was leftovers again. I think we hit a record – other than breakfast last Thursday and lunch for me yesterday, we have not eaten out in over a week! :) With all that cooking, there are lots of leftovers, so they have to get eaten! I had salad and Randy ate up the last of the layered bean dip.
Tomorrow's another music day – Jubilee Pickers. Randy's actually going with me! He's decided he's going to try playing the psaltry. It's triangular stringed instrument that is thousands of years old. It's mentioned in the Bible several times. I'm excited to have him along. :) Pickers is a very laid back group and I really enjoy these sessions.
We also need to pick up Randy's computer from Best Buy. Hopefully, it's fixed and he'll have no more problems. Then we're going to the National Shrimp Festival in Gulf Shores. Not sure what to expect there, but I'm sure it'll be fun.
Until the next time . . .