We’re having a lovely Saturday weather-wise. After yesterday’s storms, we woke up to a rare August day of sun and low humidity. The dogs got their walk, some mowing was done, I worked at the store, my husband got to play some guitar on the porch – and we going to have another meal of fresh sweet corn-on-the-cob. Nothing is better than fresh corn in August! (You have to understand that I’m a girl who cut out a photo of corn-on-the-cob slathered in butter, along with another photo of a baked potato with butter and put them on the bulletin board in my freshman dorm room. Now this was many, many years ago; dorm food was pretty terrible – basically starch and badly cooked starch at that. A girl like me pined for good home-cooked food!) Anyway, I digress…dinner and the Olympics are on the docket for tonight. I plan to crochet away on my project and enjoy the competition.
I hope you all saw the opening ceremonies – they were simply the best I have ever seen. Spectacular! Impeccable and brilliantly conceived and executed. All I can say, even now, is Wow!