I feel like I am doing a lot of waiting and waiting is something I've never been very good at.
I'm waiting for the weather to cool down. We've been in the upper 90's and lower 100's for ages.
I'm waiting for vacation later this month when we go to the Oregon Coast, Columbia River Gorge, and then to the Olympic Peninsula.
I'm waiting for my hair to be long enough I can pull it into a ponytail (albeit a tiny one).
I'm waiting got my giant sunflowers to bloom.
Today we bought the additional warranty for the wheelie house. I usually don't think extended warranties are a very good idea but in this case I suspect it will be. Besides we can cancel at any time and get a refund on the unused portion.
Tomorrow is our long run day. It's going to be HOT - again.
Here's a picture that shows how the perm looks since it settled down. You can't tell very well but the top did not curl as much as the rest. I coaxed the curl with mousse. This might be due to the size of the rod, I'm not sure. Anyway, I really like it and will get another one to maintain the ease of (literally) wash and wear hair. I really am low maintenance lol!
We just made the last of our reservations for the Pacific Northwest next month. We will go to the Oregon Coast to meet our BAR pals, then go to the Columbia River Gorge, then onto Washington where we will see Bob's brother and another Blogville pal. We're really looking forward to it!
The sunflower on this blog is the one I grew last year that I named "Joy". She measured about 12" across. I really enjoyed my sunflowers though I didn't have many, just a few in the front yard and about 6 in the backyard (that didn't do really well). I enjoyed them so much that I planted more this year. All over the front yard in fact! They are supposed to be giants but some of them look like they are getting heads on them so we'll see.