So.... moving on... to the red, white and blue days of Memorial Day and 4th of July. Sigh.
The important stuff is that 1. my air conditioner is amazing. I spent so much time and energy fretting over whether or not to buy it. So glad I did. It's still cool out this morning but that will not last so today is the first day of turning it on first thing and shutting the door. A/C is way more quiet than door open with city noise. That's new. 2. my manicure is now on day 4 with 3 swims. There are two very tiny chips that you need a magnifying glass to see. Very impressive.
I have a hurty in my ear. It feels more like a bruise than an infection which is weird. I think the earbud while I swim may be causing/exacerbating the problem. I think I might try swimming with only one earbud tomorrow. Of course, the water getting into my ear without the earbud in could make it worse. hmmmmm I need water ear muffs.
I keep getting followed on twitter by businesses who's algorithm is so broken I feel sorry for them. Just last night I got followed by an Indian restaurant. Indian is one of the few cuisines that I really cannot stand. And right after the Indian restaurant, I got followed by an outfit offering "Rustic & Modern Residences In The Poconos." Ok, that's a true negative on anything rustic and if I got anywhere near Pennsylvania, as lovely as they are, the Poconos would be way down on my list of places but I can't imagine my every being east of Walla Walla ever again. So I just have to assume they are both interested in my daily swim pix or Zoey's antics.
My tracker is a little behind today so I need to take a walk and I think the smart money is to get that walk in sooner rather than later. I need to stop by the ATM and then I think I'll go check out the waterfront - at least the part that is on this end. They've had it walled off (for construction) for a couple of years but I saw the other day that they had taken the wall down.
I have several sewing projects stacked up that I might tackle and a baseball game at 4. So... your normal, regular just fine sort of day.