(That’s our house with new paint! It was a hideous blue with bare wood showing through on most surfaces. Now it’s almost done – just two more sides to do the trim on. We’re super psyched about how it turned out.)
I’ve been trying to walk every week day that I’m home – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and every other Friday. It’s one of the advantages of living in a subdivision – I’ve got quite a few miles of road to walk that’s much safer than where I used to live!
We’ve got a wonderful high pressure inversion sitting off the Washington coast right now that leaves us with 24/7 fog. Walking is a bit chilly when it’s 47° and 97% humidity all day long, but it was totally worth it today. There were nearly thirty boats fishing on the Hood Canal – the Sockeye season opened today. The distant hum of diesel engines was audible even from the house.
It’s evening now and The Husband and I are watching Deep Space Nine and drinking ginger lemon tea. I’m not looking forward to the morning – far too much to do – but for now, I’ll enjoy the relaxation and together time.