Not Much to Blog About

We brought Rover home today--we had dropped it off for repairs. All done. The door deadbolts easily and doesn't fly open anymore, the kitchen drawer stays latched shut even on left-hand turns, and the oven door front panel no longer falls off. JJ is getting very good at driving it and maneuvering it around.

We have been doing things like going to the doctor and dentist, pedicures, haircuts, buying a new garbage disposal, blah blah blah. Boring. But I've managed to do a little in the studio finishing Sax Man.

We're busy, but as you can see there isn't a whole lot worth writing about. We're pretty much just between trips, and that's where our heads are at. We're looking forward to seeing old friends on the central coast next week.

The desert is breathtakingly beautiful--even in summer. Oh sure, it's hot, 110 today, but I'm getting used to it and the nights are incredible.

Comments

Sue said…
Absence makes the heart grow fonder..........we feel the same thing about 'the bubble'. But home is always best.
Libby Fife said…
I have a picture of the oven door flyin' open on the left hand turns!

I bet the desert is just gorgeous. How far up the coast will you be traveling?
QuiltingFitzy said…
I wouldn't trade my desert views and sunset for anything! Monsoon season brings the clouds which we don't have the entire rest of the year.

Have fun, be safe!

Hugs~
Anonymous said…
Can't wait to see Sax Man--think it is really cooool -as they say--Wishing you fun days ahead--Cheryl