We got back in the car, turned on the GPS, and hit HOME, and headed out of the parking lot. Poor Jill, we never go where she wants us to go and she's become like a real person to us and we are almost apologizing to this voice, especially when she says in a "these dummies, type of voice", RECONFIGURING! She sounds so tired of these these two people she's in the car with.
Anyway, we got home, we are both alive, still talking, and the car is without dents and in one piece, and although it was a little hairy, we had a few chuckles at each other, so that was worth it all. Tom has sooo much patience!! I just love this guy to pieces!
Tonight, I'm suppose to go to Newcomer's book club, which because it's being held at Marlene's who lives directly above us, I may go up. I've never been to a book club, so it will be interesting to see what it's all about. We are discussing the book, Eat, Pray, Love. I read it awhile back, so hope I can remember what it was about. The book I'm reading, World Without End, the sequel to Pillars of the Earth is just tooooo boring to read past the 100 pages I kept reading and hoping that it was going to get better, but it hasn't, so I think I'll chuck it and go find myself something more interesting. Anyone got any good suggestions?
This sunshine is suppose to last all week, so I may rent the rug scrubber this week and get at the deck outside and get everything put back in place to enjoy for summer. The garden places are starting to bring in plants and getting the planters done will be next. Then all these big windows have to be washed, so I think I'm going to be busy for awhile!
Thought of the day: I once had a sparrow alight upon my shoulder for a moment, while I was hoeing in a village garden, and I felt that I was more distinguished by that circumstance that I should have been by any epaulet I could have worn. ~Henry David Thoreau