Talk about the temperature having a direct effect on ones energy level. Sad to say, anytime it's hot and humid, I have the motivation of a sloth. Which of course, made working in a hot school somewhat problematic. Glad those days are far behind me.
Anyway, 'nuff of that talk about that four letter word. Don't want to get all maudlin. Or whatever emotion it is that comes out when talking about wo...well, let's not even mention it.
So, Travelling Companion and I had a golf morning. It wasn't much of an early morning, since I had to call the club and tell them that we'd be late. Our t-off was for 9:30, and I noticed on my receipt that we did manage to at least pay our green fees at something like 9:37. I don't like being "late" though, and they appreciated that I called. One needs to be civilized, after all.
Getting ourselves out the door this morning was somewhat akin to "herding cats", and don't get me wrong, I was just as disconnected from any kind of time pressure as T.C.
Anyhoodle, we had a wonderful time. Never really broke a sweat, except for maybe when we got back into the hot car. Even then the temperature was something like 25º (Celsius) We've made plans to go back next week. Providing of course, that the weather cooperates.
That's the key.
Not easy taking pictures of the two of you, and not totally cock it up.
T.C. is never overly thrilled at having her picture taken, so the fact that she's slightly out of focus back there is probably a good thing.
Of course, I sucked. But hey, like I said, it was such an awesome morning, it didn't really matter. There are plenty more golf balls in the store. Or at least that's the way I look at it. It's best not to get too emotionally attached to any particular type or set of golf balls I find. Much easier to handle to inevitable losses. And trust me, there were a few of those.
Moving on, I managed to have the energy in the afternoon to get started on a pergola that my nephew and I are contemplating for my sister-in-law.
These are pieces I had left over from when we did the front of the house. I'm in need of a third sixteen footer. We'll fetch that tomorrow. The posts and other cross members will be pressure treated, but the main bits will be cedar. Only because I actually had these three pieces on hand. Initially we talked about making the whole thing from pressure treated, and simply using an opaque stain to dress it up. It's a colour that's very similar to what you see around the garage windows there.
That was the big excitement for today. There's other "stuff". I have pictures. But maybe that'll be for another time.
Don't you just hate this sort of "click bait" thing I have going on? A few words are better than none. At least that's the story I'm going with.
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