One of the issues about being retired is planning your day. There are important decisions to make, of course. Shall I just walk around the mountain, or shall I go to town and walk at the park. Or maybe go over to the state park and walk around the lake.
Should I try to do some work around the place? Or is today a self declared holiday?
Do I want to shoot for awhile? That would be fun, but then I'd have to clean the guns and that isn't fun.
It's a hard life when you are retired. Yes, indeed. Right now I'm leaning towards doing an hour cutting weeds in the meadow, then going over to the lake for my walk.
We are supposed to get some wind through here this afternoon. That's not good news. The drought has stressed the trees to the point that they fall without a lot of provocation.
I have my cross cut saw and two chain saws, and of course I have a good ax. I'm not really fond of chain saws and especially when I have to clear a blow down, and do it by myself.
We got another jury duty summons yesterday for my wife, so I may not be alone down here much longer. They want her to report for jury duty in mid June. I asked her last night if she can come back down, or if I have to go to the courthouse and see if they will let her off again. Last month she had oral surgery scheduled and they tried to make her come in for jury duty, but we got a letter from the oral surgeon.
When it comes to jury duty, you're a slave. If you don't show, they send a Sheriff's Deputy out and arrest you and take you to jail.
I need to take the ferrets outside and let them run around for awhile. So I guess I'll do that, then work in the meadow for a bit, then clean up and go to town. Go for a walk in the park then do some grocery shopping. By then, the day will be over.