Which is why we bought a small three bedroom condo. We only use one of the bedrooms as such (the others are store room and office) but the luxury of having two bathrooms is worth it.
Shoot. I have that problem even after living here for two years.
Not necessarily. Just visiting an inmate gives you that impression. Open a door, pass through and wait while that door is locked and the next one is opened. And that happens even if you only get to see your inmate on the other side of a glass partition, speaking through a telephone receiver.
I don’t have a problem sleeping in a new surroundings, just in a new bed. When we moved, we brought the bed with us so no problem.
Good icky morning from Nevada as well.
We are at a pretty high humidity level and just had a rain storm pass through. And the forecast is for 103 to go with it. Ugh!
I forgot to put the car in the carport yesterday, so I took advantage of the rain and went out with a rag towel after it stopped and wiped down the car. Good thing I did, too. It was a huge muddy mess. Then I put the car under the shelter. We have a large pine tree outside of our home that shades our parking spot most of the time. The only problem is that it sheds. A lot. So not only was the car muddy, but it had piles of pine needles in the recess for the wiper blades.
I finally got the last of Mom’s photos sorted and scanned. I bought a bunch of flash drives (again) and am sending copies to the rest of the family. This is the last of it, thank goodness. It has been fun, though. Living in the past can be rewarding at times.
Next up? I think probably the last of the new drapes so we can put away the tools. A lot of the things I would like to do involves ladders and hanging stuff, including those drapes. It’s a very high window. Not big, just high up on the wall. It’s also a very short window (21" high) so I will have to hem the drapes once I can take their measure on the wall. But that’s a project for another day….
Oh yeah, I did go over to the storage unit and looked for the spoons to put on the racks we’ve already hung. Of the four sets of shelves over there I have now identified and fully cataloged 3 of them. The fourth is hidden behind the stuff Mike is storing in there and I can’t reach it, so guess where the spoons are…
Everyone have a blessed day.
There are two levels to the app. With the free one, you get the last satellite photo that was taken and it could be years old. With their premium service, you get live feed.
When we sold our home in Henderson, NV, the first thing the new owners did was remove 3 huge shade trees. Those trees really helped to keep the place cool, but they were messy. I hope they were happy with the trade-off. Shade is a necessity in Nevada.
That doesn’t change her sentiment.
Or Google Earth