This little critter was basking in the morning sun outside the front door, contemplating what hole he can find to enter the inner walls of our This Old House and wreak havoc.
Chore laden day – readying dining room table with extra leaves, getting down extra chairs, changing lightbulbs, packing for North Carolina, setting the DVR to record next weeks Tournament of Champions, and getting Mr. EOS to take apart an upstairs sink faucet to see why the water pressure is next to nil. And no, the screen is not even on, so that’s not the problem. Always something in an old house.
Other than that, can you tell us how YOU would pronounce QUAY, and/or QUAYSIDE.
We’re having a difference of opinion here. I say KAY. Mr. EOS says KEY. Mr. 85 Broad, your’re the ex-Navy man, you should know. The online dictionaries offer up both.
Gorgeously perfect day here. Bright sun, and man, that moon last night. It was full, I’m sure. So crazy beautiful and bright it was like having a light on in the bedroom.