1. My computer has a mind of its own! My favorites list, which includes all the blogs I visit daily, has decided to alphabetize itself. I don't mind that at all; in fact, I prefer it, but I'm thrown for a loop when I see that the computer has made changes to itself without asking me if I care. Seems I never know what the page will look like when I log on....LOL.
2. I have been meaning to start a blogroll; Naomi at Here in the Hills gave me detailed instructions back in February, but I got the flu soon after and the list went onto the back burner. Since then, wedding season has come into full swing, and there has not been enough uninterrupted time to try and figure it all out.
3. My new van is still great! The Sirius radio still perks along everyday. I wish I knew how much longer there was on the subscription. I surely will miss it terribly when it expires. One channel plays strictly blues and old-fashioned rhythm and blues, on which I grew up. I love it!
4. My boss and I have three weddings this weekend. All of them start at about the same time, which makes delivery and set-up tricky, to say the least. I will have to deliver at least one of them by myself, and it makes me proud that he trusts me to do that on my own. Of course, I have been doing and delivering wedding flowers for 24 years in my business, Tickle Your Fancy, so I have plenty of experience.
5. Nothing tastes better than an icy cold beer on a hot night when you are tired. I have had some of those frosty mugs - you know the kind you freeze upside down - for several years and one by one they are all going bad. I should have replaced them little by little, but I haven't, and now I can't find them anywhere. I wonder why they were found nearly everywhere until this year?
6. Some people in my neighborhood have become concerned about some of the yards; people are not always as diligent as they once were in picking up fallen limbs and branches. They have mounted a campaign to get people to clean up their yards and put the debris out by the street, and they will hire someone to pick up the trash and haul it to the dump. We are fortunate to live in an area with many trees, but with that perk comes branches down and fallen leaves. In a neighborhood of 71-2 houses, maybe 40 of them have at least started their trash collections, and the rest have done nothing. I suppose you cannot force people to clean up their yards, but when it is a group effort, one would think that people would have all the incentive they need to comply.