Sunday was cloudy. I went on the big dog walk with Sheba in the morning and then Beth and I left her at home whilst we went into the village for lunch—Beth’s treat!
I’d proposed going to the petroglyphs, but the day was dull and I was tired so we came home and chilled and then we spent our evening indoors. The absence of sunshine made the house cool, so I lit the fire for Beth who was feeling the cold. It made the house super cozy and then, around five, the sun came out.
I feel incredibly good when the sun shines, and I love Sundays so I was in great spirits. And this Sunday was particularly great, with Beth here to enjoy the Tony Awards with me.
I lovedthe Tonys! Beth did too, but she thought it was too long, I, on the other hand, reckon that there is no such thing as too much ice cream.
I loved seeing Ali Stroker sing “I’m Just a Girl Who Can’t Say No” and then win the Tony for lead actress in a musical, but the standing ovation gave me mixed feelings. Yes, I was thrilled, but I’ve been educated about how we react to the accomplishments of the otherwise abled. I also loved the numbers (except for “Tootsie” and “The Cher Show”) of course.
Monday morning was cloudy and there was even a light sprinkle of rain. But it cleared up before noon. Sheba and I went on a dog walk and then we came home to chill. Beth worked on her computer and I did some chores and had a nap in the sunshine. Then we went shopping in the village for food for a picnic.
This is my second summer here but last night was my first picnic. I finally used the picnic equipment I bought, perhaps, a decade ago. I finally had good and comfortable friends with whom to get out and under the sun to eat. We had an abundance of food, Prosecco and I had some cake. (Only I eat dessert.) We were right beside the shore, the night was spectacular and totally insect-free and we had chairs and logs on which to sit. I can hardly wait to do it again. It was a spectacular night.