The other day I was saying to Bill that I wonder what happen to my Restoration Hardware order??
Confirmation stated that it had shipped, so went into my email & tracked the UPS order. The order had seven packages & stated 'Delivered to front door'... what? I said "Bill they said it was delivered to the front door, I never signed for it!" Bill then went to the front door & after opening it he said "Oh Honey..." & busted into laughter...Bill had been mowing the lawn & the driver knew that someone was home, Boris must have been following Bill & the noise from the UPS truck was not heard.
With this being Bill's last day with me, he soon would be gone on the afternoon flight to Toronto from Moncton, he took me to the Napan Fair. What a wet mess that was!!! It rained a lot last night & today the winds are very strong, I think it's from the tornado that went through Ontario a couple of days ago. We were told that the Napan Fair was closed early yesterday due to the weather.
We walked around & both of us were mesmerized & in awe with the beauty of these horses. What a sight to gaze upon! The sun made their coats just glisten in the sun & the trot they would do on command & the size of these beautiful beasts, wow they were big!
The basement filled with water again though!!
That mess will be dealt with in October when I have my trio working on digging around the foundation, wrapping the foundation & placing a weeping tile around it. But till then I've the job of having the two tree stumps removed!! Oh my - No rest For The Wicked - The Righteous Don't Deserve It! LOL
Bill's been busy again on that Honey Do List. I had a window being held together with duck tape do to all the wood rot in it. Well he found me a window at the Home Hardware & installed it for me! This window is larger & even opens. :-)
On the drive to the airport this afternoon, I finished the friendship collar for Boris
OK let's see if Bose would like to wear a collar. Tommy can't because he goes outside & from hindsight cats that go outside shouldn't have a collar on.
Well everyone in my family are now back where they belong & my cottage days are mine again. Let summer resume!!!
They are like the tide...they come in...they go out. Not daily but monthly, so back to summer. I've been here in Hardwicke at the new cottage for three months now & I want to relax before the trees start to turn. I heard the first of the staccato insect last Sunday, & my English Grandfather Haynes always told me that frost will come in about six weeks after hearing it. I hear them daily now, with the reminder that summers coming to an end soon. Time to savour the days left.
You enjoy what's left of your summer too!
And come back for another visit.