Unbelieveable! I checked on my two elderly neighbors this weekend, one has air conditioning and the other couple have a window unit in their bedroom so they and their dog are holed up in the there. Monday will be the worst and then we are forecast to have almost a twenty degree drop. There isn't a box fan or an air conditioning unit to be found in this area.
Still longing for Yorkshire as I lose myself in Gervase Phinn's tales.
On my TV:::
Since I've spent the whole weekend in the house at my project table, I've worked my way through a variety of movies in our Amazon library. I started off with a few good ol' disaster movies and now I've moved on to one of my all-time favorites, 84 Charing Cross Road with Anne Bancroft and Anthony Hopkins.
Checked off the list:::
The mobile notary/settlement agent came by on Friday evening and that's all complete. He ran his own mortgage company for years, retired from that, and decided to take up the mobile business, thinking he'd handle 15-20 closings a month. When the word got around about his new venture, many of the companies he'd dealt with reached out to him and he does about 150 closings a month for 17 different companies. A very lucrative business.
I'm into April in the 2010 Family Album.
And in other news:::
Back to my own office tomorrow after a week of filling in in the Executive Director's office. He's my old boss, love to work for him, but oh my goodness, is it ever busy there compared to my office! I started as soon as I walked in the door and worked right through lunch every day. I'll be glad to get back to my own office and a bit slower pace.
I actually cooked this weekend! On Saturday night, I made Egg Roll in a Bowl which was delicious and tonight's dinner was Whole 30 Kung Pao Chicken. It wasn't very PAO since I discovered I didn't have any chili flakes but it was still yummy.
Found this in Facebook memories yesterday:
It's been two years since Vic jetted off to Japan. What we thought would be an inconvenient but bearable assignment - two years is a long time but broken up into four six month segments would be manageable - turned into one visit home in the two years due to COVID-19. Oh well, never mind, he only has 26 days left until he leaves Okinawa for good.