Yesterday went fine at Steve's mom's for dinner. Cleaning up was a bitch. We got home about 5:30. We won't talk about the Cowboys.
The boys and I didn't walk again this morning because it was -7 on the car's temp thingy as we went for a ride. Supposed to get to about 28 today and then the 30s/40s for the next 10 days.
Steve was up and gone to hit the sales when I got up to walk the boys. Foolish human. Me?
But he goes to the "man" stores and usually gets tools and stuff for the shop. And gun stuff for himself. In fact, there's a gun show today that he will also be going to. I expect that when he finally gets home, he will crash for several hours.
I will do some cleaning maybe ... maybe ... but mostly I will read news on the computer, watch some Netflix perhaps, read, nap, etc.
Currently reading THE TOURNAMENT OF BLOOD by Michael Jecks. This is 11th of 31 in series featuring Simon Puttock, medieval West County bailiff, and Sir Baldwin Furnshill, ex-Templar Knight, in Devon, England.
It is 1322, and Lord Hugh de Courtenay's plan to host a tournament is a fantastic opportunity for the money-lenders of Oakhampton. When the defeated knights find themselves unable to pay the traditional ransoms to their captors, they will have only one course open to them—accruing interest by the hour. But when the most prominent money-lender, Benjamin Dudenay, is found brutally murdered a month before the festivities, Sir Baldwin Furnshill and Bailiff Simon Puttock find themselves on the trail of a most sinister killer.
Published in 2001, it has 362 pages.
PK the Bookeemonster