When I came home from work yesterday, my neighbor, a mentally challenged young man, came over to tell me that a small tree growing in my honeysuckle vine, was interfering with his mom's TV reception from her satellite. He wanted permission to cut it down. I gave him permission. He never got around to it. I finally went out and cut it down myself. It was fifteen or twenty feet tall. I sure didn't want a tree growing in my chain link fence. After I finally got it down, I drug it over to the carport and will ask John and Leslie if they will pick it up the next time they are in town with their pickup. Then I mowed my yard.
My brother-in-law came over with his cake for the dinner in Independence. So today I take the five cakes from Coffeyville to Independence to the dinner the First Christian Church does for the hungry and lonely each Tuesday evening. While I am there, I will get my hair cut and done. I baked my two cakes last evening after I finished mowing and then iced them this morning. After I get my hair done and the cakes delivered, I will stop at Big Cheese and eat a mini pizza there. Then I will come back home and go to work.
Tonight I will finally have a chance to relax with nothing to do but watch TV. American Experience is on and the program is about the building of the Hoover Dam. I have already seen it once but it's been a couple of years so I will watch it again.
Tomorrow evening after work I will attend the PINCH meeting at the Presbyterian Church.
Thursday is another free day, thank goodness.
Friday, when I'm off work, I will have my hair done for the weekend in Springfield. Then I will meet Jennifer at the library at 9:00 so she can tell me what she wants me to display at the Home Show on April 28th. Then at noon, I will meet Myra in Bartlesville for lunch. After I get home from Bartlesville, I will meet Leslie for our trip to Springfield. I will pack for the weekend Thursday evening. Leslie will be picking Bob Avery and me up for that trip. No one else from our congregation is going to attend, I guess.
I noticed last evening that my peonies are beginning to bloom and it's only halfway through April. Also, I saw Missy, my cat, sleeping in my chair by the dining room window yesterday and took her photo. There at the top is the tree I cut down last night.