The moon was among the clouds last night peeking through with a lot of bright light. I was surprised to see it still up there this morning but located closer to the western horizon.
The sunrises at the opposite end of the earth is giving me a true pink sky. I guess I should buy a three story house so I can see more of the horizon.
My Minnesota rock sits on the table as a decoration from nature. The sculpture is suppose to be hung but it hasn't been done yet. It may just stay there until winter.
I am headed to the old house today to check in on the start of the shingling job going on there. The heat wave slowed down the roofing company so they are a few weeks late getting started. I will be glad that in two days the old house will have a respectable-looking good roof. I still have a building project going on in the basement. I am making an art taboret from some leftover shelves of an art cabinet. There were more shelves than needed to store my wife's artwork so I had to make something with them. They shelves were laminate white and will work good enough to make me a work station next to my drawing table. Photos will come soon as I am close to being done with it. We will be running an errand this afternoon and stop by for "free pie" day at Baker's Square. Life really is good when the pie is free.
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