The day after we had our new utility sink installed we came home to find the stonescape crew had been busy installing the walkway between our garage and the fence. It looks great; now if I just had time to go behind the garage and pull weeds. This week has been incredibly busy, next week will be worse as the big FCB concert is on 6/26. I'm mostly looking forward to it being over as I don't do well with dealing with unfamiliar situations particularly when jebra isn't at my side. I'll be with my mom as she's coming to town on Saturday and I'll ride out to the venue with her, but other than on stage I won't see
jebra until he returns home after he gets the gear back to Farmington and returns the truck.
Anyway, back to this week. Thursday was SEMiSLUG for jebra and laundry and crochet for me. I have no idea what we did Friday after work. Probably played Ingress and tried to get some sleep. Saturday was our friend Kevin's high school graduation party; we drove out to Dexter to attend and, on the way, jebra told me that he'd been asked to perform a marriage by another of our friends. He told me they'd get married at the party but that didn't actually happen as the paperwork was from the wrong county (for that to happen). So my hopes to have Sunday to clean up the living room and clear enough space to bring in my new stationary bike went down the drain. Even though the wedding was one of the fastest I've encountered. The entire thing took less than an hour, from getting out of the car, greeting everyone, performing the ceremony, sharing some celebratory beer with the witnesses and newlyweds, and getting back into our car and figuring out where the two of us wanted to eat an early dinner.
Monday was work followed by band practice for jebra and more laundry and crochet for me.
After work on Tuesday was Knitting Guild for me and grocery shopping for jebra
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