Picking up Ranger put me behind for the rest of the day. I really doesn't take much to get me off schedule, since I usually get started so late. I'm not a morning person. By the time I've made the bed, taken a shower, walked the dogs and eaten my own breakfast, it's usually time for lunch. I spent the remainder of the day getting my November invoices out and updating one of my clients websites. I'd just about got caught up on my website work when I realized it was dark outside and I needed to take Dot and Dash on their evening walk. The time change hasn't been good for me. I waste the extra hour of daylight in the morning because I don't want to get up, and then when I'm finally running on all cylinders, it's dark again. No coyotes tonight, but I'm still not fond of walking the dogs in the dark.
My Facebook page is up. So far, it looks a lot more like the run-down apartment I lived in at college, than the grand mansion I was hoping for. Nevertheless, I think it's time to open the doors and let everyone in. Please stop by and say hello. I think a couple of you are already camped outside the front door, but I promise to unlock things and welcome you in as soon as I finish this post. Hopefully, I'll think of something to keep the page interesting for everyone, even though I have no interest in online games and seldom have time to chat.
It was seventy degrees when I woke up this morning and it's already down in the low fifties. Looks like a cold front is on the way. Personally, I'd love to see an early freeze. The dogs have been covered with ticks for the past several days. The park is full of them. When the weather gets cooler the ticks look for a warmer home for the winter and usually it's a passing dog. A good long freeze is the only thing that gets rid of these nasty ticks. Until then, there's always Frontline.
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