Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Father's Day

Father's Day was hot and muggy. It was 97 degrees here in Redford (and it isn't even summer yet!) so the lawn didn't get cut again...

Jake called to wish me a happy father's day and we had a nice chat. I miss those two.

I got a text from my son Jeremy and another from my friend Vicky. Both wished me a happy father's day as well.

I did the usual Sunday morning chores and the shaved, showered and got dressed.

I decided I didn't want to cook and heat up the house (the A/C was working overtime as it was), but I knew better than trying to get in at any restaurant today. So, I drove to the little grocery store at Beech and Joy (I should actually learn its name one day) and got some deli ham and turkey, lettuce and a bag of chips.

Sidebar: I should get to Kroger's, but it seemed too far.

Back home, I watered the hanging plants and the mail box garden, this time with Miracle-Gro. Then I got my sweaty ass back in the house.

I had a big turkey sandwich for lunch. I added some chips and a pickle slice to the plate. It was very good.

I should have done something productive (like clean the house). Instead I watched TV.

I cut the cantaloupe I bought last time I was at Kroger (it's been chilling in the fridge ever since) and ate half of it for dinner.

After the 11:00 p.m. news, I was checking the TV guide for something to watch and saw they had an NCIS - Los Angles marathon on. I was going to watch just one, but I got tricked! The episode I watched was "to be continued" so I had to watch the next one. That one was also "to be continued" so I didn't get to sleep until 3:00 a.m.

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