"Oh, right!", I had a flash of recognition.
Good thing she reminded me. Imagine how silly I would look standing out there in the hideous vest for no reason.
It's teacher/parent conference time at the elementary school, so it's a light day for us outsiders. I've still got some tuting to do later, but it's not really ruining my slacker attitude just yet.
AND, there's still another day off in the week. It's only Thursday, and tomorrow is another day literally off the beaten path. No school for all kids in the district, so Wolfgang and I have planned a little day trip adventure. It was originally an overnight adventure for the four of us, but that plan ran into a glitch. A glitch known as China the dog.
Last minute plans to go on an overnighter don't always mesh with a loyal pet. So, it's a day tripper for just Wolfgang and me, and Magnum and Meego will hold down Fort China. I asked Wolfgang if he is capable of being up and showered and ready to go at the butt crack of dawn.
He said, "Yes?" Is that a question?
I expect it to be a fun quest, if we get out the door in time.
This morning's run was the first official frozen of the season. Thirty-one degrees. I dusted off the turtleneck.
I used the time away from the crosswalk to play in the sketchbook, keeping with the lazy theme. I got this cheap manilla paper, and I like the contrast. It's cheap because it's not white. What's so great about white?