Ian and are both in the middle of getting the cataracts removed from our eyes, one eye down and one to go. My right eye is scheduled for this Wednesday. Ian's first surgery was last Monday and boy are things different in lockdown. I was his driver and he called from the car to check in when we arrived. A few minutes later they called back with some instructions and off he went. He was in the building for an hour and I waited in the car on premise as they requested.
We've been talking about whether we should take advantage of all the incentives and buy a new car. I mean, when are we going to see 1.9% interest again? We went to the lot Thursday evening and initiated the process but our credit was frozen at Equifax so we went home to take care of that and went back the next evening. This is what we chose, a Subaru Crosstrek. I've driven a Forester since 2004 and also a standard transmission. This is totally different and loaded with all kinds of technology. It felt weird as I started to I drive it home, but by the time I finished all three miles, I was absolutely smitten. We never did take it for a test drive. We just bought it.
The yard is just starting to flower. We are always the last house to bloom because of our strange micro-climate but I took my book outside and read all afternoon, listening to the water feature and the birds. Absolutely lovely.
This last batch of sourdough got two teaspoons of instant yeast and resulted in a much more satisfactory sandwich bread. It's different every week.
Grandpa bought Delaney her very own little Bolga basket this week to put things into and take them out of. She has a set of ten little books and one of those is just about to go in.
She takes a bottle every morning at 9:00 which used to be formula but now is milk. She used to lie on her back and now she is all over the place. I know how blessed I am.