A real treat Monday morning. I finally got to have my morning prayer time out on my deck, and while I was there, a female ruby-throated hummingbird came over to check out the torenia in the pot I have on my bistro table. I froze, and she was just two feet away and never got startled!
Monday was wonderful because the humidity finally broke and it turned out to be a fabulous morning for a return visit to the State Fair. Got to eat more, watch a Doberman Drill Team and stunt dogs routine, buy a print I fell in love with, and see a fun Trailer Race in the Coliseum. (All based around how fast a team of two can bring over bridle and saddle from a barrel in front of their truck, get a horse out of a trailer, saddle up, race around a few times, then get the saddle/bridle off, horse back in the trailer and run back to the barrel where it started--truly rural-style entertainment!)
Blessed to have cooler weather this weekend even though it's been pretty wet too, and looking forward to a couple more cool days before it warms up a little again. Can't wait for autumn!
Despite running out of iron pills prematurely (State Fair bingeing and a great dinner at the Towners Tuesday night likely offset that) my iron was high enough for a successful whole blood donation this Wednesday at work, hurrah!
I am super excited for my three-day weekend this weekend, and though I'm running behind (like usual) I've gotten enough done to be a in a good position to make the most of my weekend. More on that later!
Good to hear your weather cool down and you made back to the State Fair.
What kind of print did you get?
That is neat on the humming
I gave my whole blood donation on Wednesday too. What day are you taking off? Have a good week.