The air this morning feels very thick. We've had a little bit of rain over the past few days, but nothing like what was forecast. At most we got (maybe) a total of half an inch? An hour South of us in Delaware, my brother and his wife have gotten so much rain that he cannot mow the lawn or even get out to pick greens from his garden! As Fletch and I sat out yesterday afternoon on the patio, there was thunder all around us, but no rain.
I walked yesterday and was surprised at how many joggers passed me. I don't know how folks run when the humidity is so high (and it is so warm). It is already 70 degrees at 6:15 a.m. I felt sorry for the dogs that were being walked who passed by me panting with their tongues hanging out. There was no river traffic which surprised me. Usually I see one or more kayaks or canoes on the water. There were a number of people walking and a few folks on bikes. I heard a lot of bird song, but the only creature spotted was this guy who hopped in front of me.
There were some pretty cobwebs among the foliage.
I'm not much on spiders, but their handiwork can sure be beautiful!
Dee and I had our usual Saturday morning session at Panera. We were both very tired and I didn't get the normal amount of knitting done. I worked on my green Hitchhiker and I was just happy not to have messed up very badly (there was one spot where Dee had to figure out what was wrong...and she did!). Panera's was crowded. There were the normal folks we see every week and then there was a large girls lacrosse team from Dallas. They were in the area for a tournament.
That was basically my weekend. We ate leftovers and cold shrimp - I did not do any cooking.
Today I am hoping to get out for a walk this morning. Though, my weather app shows we could have a thunderstorm within the hour. I may wait and go a little later. I need a bit more coffee in my belly to help wake me up before I try to do anything!
Monday seems to be off to a slow start. Wishing you all a good one!