Also known as the beginning of the semester! Things get frantic for about two weeks, then we all settle in. The beginning of the semester energizes me and gets me back into a routine--well, a different routine.
The summer--where did it go? I planned to do so much and didn't. Sigh...my gardens almost withered and blew away because of the heat and drought. Now they are green again because of all the rain. I haven't mowed the grass in a month--didn't need to because it was brown. Now it's green and knee-high, so I'll chug out the lawn tractor and cut it all down.
I have a huge limb on the back fence--of course, it's not my fence, and the limb came from the neighbor's tree. I'll have to get back there and cut it to pieces, but I'll need help getting it completely into my yard. The fence will need mending--again, not my fence, not my problem. The burn pile is huge. As soon as the wood dries out, I'll have an immense bonfire. Somebody bring the marshmallows!
I'm going to try to enjoy my last weekend of vacation, but I've already made contact with a few students--the early birds. They are the ones who get a head start on the semester and help me get back into teaching mode.
I promise to blog more. My students will be reading and I'll need to have some fresh posts for them. And I'll take pictures of anything remotely fascinating. Things have been quiet here, thankfully.
And here comes more rain...