Local people are pretty much aware that the eastbound lane is down to one lane going down French Hill as a large washout is being repaired. Then there are the signs informing out-of-the-area folks (Flatlanders, as we like to call them) that the right hand lane is closed ahead.
So I noticed that a full half-mile before the anticipated lane closing, all the VT cars are single file in the left hand lane. We have toodled up and down the eastern seaboard states many, many times and honestly never saw anything like that happen before.
I had to water my tomatoes yesterday for the first time since I planted. It is supposed to be hot and humid for the beginning of the week. So far the weather people have got it right. But at least we are getting some welcome sunshine.
I have heard the thing about women not sweating, merely glowing. I am glowing so much lately that I am afraid a passing satellite might report the suspicion of a nuclear plant meltdown near Jericho.
I managed to salvage some blooms from my garden.
There was a program at the library this afternoon on flower arranging. here are after shots:
Now I am back to the library to meet with the writers' group. We have had a six week hiatus. I am looking forward to being with this group again. It is great to have the kind of support a group that really gels can provide.