Wake me up when September ends
- After a summer that got browner and hotter from the end of June through most of August, our patch of green got some unexpected – and sometimes unforecast – rain.
- The Shoffner family reunion was this weekend, and I went Saturday.
- Our hosts Troy and Rachel had portobello mushrooms on hand to make as veggie patties, but I had a longish drive home so I didn’t stay for dinner, so they sent them with me, which I made for my last two meals, and which were delicious.
- I washed my wallet. It was probably time to replace it, but I was super annoyed with myself for throwing those jeans in the washer without checking the pockets first.
- I traded a pistol I didn’t like for one I think I will like, the Ruger LCP-II in .22lr. It didn’t do well the first time out; I think I have a bad magazine, since rounds kind of pop up and strike above the feed ramp and won’t feed. I ordered two more magazines, so we’ll see.
- I just finished teaching a really fun photography class. We made lots of great photos and had tons of “aha” moments.
- The fall sports season has started, and it’s kept me busy, including a super-fun evening covering the Ada Cougars at Ardmore Friday. The drive down there was brimming with rainbows, which I chased a bit.
Today is also the 44th anniversary of my journal.
Kudos on 44 years of journal making, literally one of many lifetime accomplishments!
That’s amazing on the journal-keeping. It’s so hard to keep one for a year!