I decided that maybe I should cut my grass. It sure has been growing fast lately. I fired up my lawn tractor and cut the front half acre in just a few minutes. That finishid I started on my front yard along my driveway. That takes a lot longer trying to weave in and out thorugh the many oak trees. After cutting most of it, I parked the tractor and got out the trusty lawn mower. It hadn't been run in a long time. I filled it up with gas and dang, it actually started on the second pull. I then cut the fenced in dog's yard and the small areas behind my house. To finish up, I still have a lot of trimming and mowing to do, but I figured it will only grow back so maybe I will get to that part the next time the parts that I did mow, need mowing again. Now, that sounds logical to me. Don't you agree?
I was going to write about the meteor strike on the moon last night but six bears of http://sixbearsinthewoods.blogspot.com/ beat me to it. You can click on the above link, go there, and see his blog and all our comments. Since I commented on his blog, I will not say any more here on this subject.
Is it warm yet where you all live? The last few days here have been in the low to mid 90's. It isn't the heat that bothers me, it is the combination of heat and high humidy that gets to you. I often wondered why temperatures in the 80's and mid to low 90's felt hot to us humans when our "normal" body temperature is 98.6 degrees. My mind's logic tells me that anything cooler than body temperature should feel cool to us. It doesn't!! Can anyone explain that to me? Now, keep your cool and keep your heads down in case of any more incoming rocks from space, and have yourselves a very special and happy Monday, you hear?
UPDATE: I found this video that shows the impact of the meteor hitting the moon. You may want to watch it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqrJ4cW6Z4c