bits and bobs: A random assortment of things; small remaining pieces and things
Meet Eleanor. At first I thought she might be a deer, or a meerkat but now I am convinced Eleanor is an emu and she means me no harm. I feel like Eleanor is there to wish me sweet dreams as I walk past her each night before I climb into bed. If you stare at her long enough you’ll notice her long neck. Do you see it? Isn’t she beautiful?
This is Randy the large rat who lives in my garage. I only noticed him yesterday as I was hauling the hose into the garage. What do you think he’s trying to tell me?
I filled up the tank yesterday and paid $2.71 a gallon for unleaded gas. How much did YOU pay for a gallon of gas the last time you filled up?
People are SERIOUS about using the passing lane here. They actually use the lane to pass people on the left and then go back to their original lane. Totally a foreign concept to this west coast girl, but I like it.
Any librarians out there? When did checking books out via the computer system become the norm in our public libraries? Was it in 1991 or was the book I just checked out shelved for a few years?
My new favorite thing… Drying my hand dyed wool on the fence in the hot sun. I’ve wanted to have a proper clothesline for years and I think I might just take the plunge this summer and have the HH put one together for me. If you line dry your clothes and have any tried and true tips, I’d love to hear them. Also, there is a TON of pollen floating around these days… Is that going to cling to my sheets? Is there anytime of year you don’t put your laundry out on the line? Curious minds want to know.
Wishing you the best of weekends,