Our days here are like some crazy Dr. Seuss poem...one inch, two inch, three inch, four, five inch, six inch, and here's some MORE! Don't get me wrong, I am so thankful for the rain. My trees are happy, the birds are happy, and the weeds are really, really happy. LOL I'm afraid to weed. Every time I pull up a big weed, I get a big lump of soil. At this rate, I will have to bring in dirt and backfill the entire acre. LOL We are over 17 inches of rain for this season. Considering that we have only been getting 6-10 inches for the last 5 years, we are doing well.
There are some areas of California that are over-watered, to the point that their reservoirs are starting to break down. Here, we are still only between 40-85% full for the two large lakes close to my town. That really shows how bad the drought has been. Considering that most of that water is drinking water for our county, no complaining.
I finished my baby quilt...before the baby got here! Yay!!
I ended up using both skeins of my contrast yarns, but it really added to the look. I got a big thank you from Mom and Dad. SMILE.
Soooo....drum roll, please...I am now a Food Manager II...and scared. LOL I have basically done the job for the past several years as my boss was dealing with his wife's passing and his own medical issues. BUT, there is a big difference in "doing" the job and being "responsible" for the job. LOL I am still working out of my old office. Too much work to finish and my staff want to have my office painted. Personally, I don't care what color it is, but they want me to have a brand new office to celebrate my new job. Very sweet...I am so fortunate to work with this group of people in my department.
Dad is still hanging in there. I was a little concerned this past week. Seemed to be coughing and groaning a bit more than usual, but last night and this morning has not been too bad. Is it the weather? I just don't know. Sigh.
My coffee cup is empty and I am off to start my morning. I can hear the laundry baskets calling my name...LOL
Have a wonderful weekend, be kind to one another.