Jury duty was a joke. I did meet some nice people. One fellow was walking up the street as I was coming out of the parking garage that you MUST park in. Of course it's the one that is the fartherest away from the court house. Anyhow, he commented, "She has a book and a summons sticking out of the book, she must be going to the court house for jury duty like me!" I looked at him and said, "You are so right, so we'll walk together!" I stuck my arm thru his and we walked up the hill. What a sweet, sweet man. He is 62, his wife is 84 and they have been married for 38 years. He told me, "We started the trend." He was so funny and such a joy to talk to and to listen to. He entertained me with some great stories. But what a dysfunctional family he has or had. None of them will have anything to do with him, but, it is, sadly, their loss.
Got the firewood delivered, lots to split and some to cut. But, I'll work at it. Fred is coming down on Saturday to split some.
They are coming next week to finish the second heater install. Nice to wake up to a warm house, even if it's only set on 65.
Dogs, cats are all doing great. Miss Mary Fiona goes for her spaying on Monday. There is a big black cat hanging around, I think it's a tom. I told her to tell her black boyfriend to go home.
Dad's doing well, his head where the cyst was removed is almost back to normal. Knees still hurt tho. He told me he was going to cut back and only work half-days. He got about a cord of the wood, so now he is set if the power goes out.
Dad and I are doing Turkey Day with cousins down in Maryland.
Not much else to write about. Just trying to batten down the hatches before old man winter makes his appearance.