Good morning. Boy oh boy, did it ever rain late yesterday and all through the night. Last night, I attended a school play, and on the way home there were times when you could barely see the road. This morning, the rain has let up and promises to be out of here soon.
Speaking of the school play, Alice In Wonderland, I must say that it was a most enjoyable evening indeed. Everyone was amazed at how well the cast members did. There was so much dialogue to be learned, and everyone played their parts so well. The scenery and props kids also did a fabulous job. Now for the great part! Our Jasmine starred as Alice. Need I say how proud we are of her?
Here she is with her friend, The Mad Hatter. He played more than one part, and was a stage manager as well. Well done, young man. (I've blurred out background faces on purpose.)
I could go on and on, but I won't. You all know how us grandmas can be when we start bragging about our family. I'll just say that I was mighty impressed at everyone's performance, and especially proud of Jasmine.
Later today, I will have to walk around my yard to check out the damage from Tropical Storm Andrea. The heavy rain did a terrible job on my plants and bushes. I will have quite a bit of pruning to do tomorrow. Ah well, it definitely could have been worse.
Oh gosh, there is a Geico commercial on TV now featuring a large camel who is walking around inside an office asking everybody "What day is this?" (Hump Day) For some reason, it never fails to put a big smile on my face.
Update on the critters, we had another one in the trap yesterday afternoon, and Eddie took it to a wooded area away from here and let it loose. I don't want to kill these critters, I just don't want them living here.
Well, that's my news for this morning. Stay safe, and till tomorrow, Y'all have a wonderful day.
Hugs, Edna B.