Sunday I put in six screens, and had to respline one. I had to get a better spline tool, my cheap piece of plastic one is falling apart. We're ready for more 80 degree days.
This week has been busy, not quite as busy as last week, but still darn busy. This weekend will be busy, there's a phenomenalneighborhood sale this weekend, but the girls want to do stuff that interferes with that, you know, playdates, a talent show.
Also, the Tercel hit 170k miles last week, I didn't have a party.
Remember the Maine, or at least, remember to pay for Maine, I sent off a deposit for a week's cottage rental in Maine, we'll do the family vacation thing in August, in the Wells Beach area.
I finished A Bridge Too Far. Who knows, if Monty had asked the Dutch army in exile how to get to Arnhem (turn left and cross the Rhine, and then take the bridge), if the 1st Airborne had tried a coup de main, if they had dropped a regiment right south of the bridge, if they had tested the radios to get the right frequencies, it may have worked. But, in the end, the British got slaughtered, and the Nazis hung on for another six months.
Other than Twilight Zones, the only significant TV I've seen was Disney's Hatching Pete, (no, not even Desperate, we have a few episodes wasting away on the DVR), a made for TV movie with much of the current Disney stable about a shy, unknown high school boy who reaches his full potential after being hornswaggled by his best friend into wearing a Rooster mascot costume for the basketball team.
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