It is 100 degrees in the shade here today. Super. People streaming back into town and everyone trying to get back to daily routines. The businesses are starting to open back up and gas supplies are replenishing. Life is good.
I read the most wonderful article in the Sunday paper yesterday about a man and his wife who have a ranch that is now devoted to the wild horse rescue program. He is hoping to donate a wild mustang, now quite gentle, to President Bush. It is a beautiful animal. His wife works in the city and goes to the ranch each weekend. He stays on the ranch as the primary caregiver and his love of horses could be felt even when spoken in ink. What a man.
Last night about 7:00pm the cable went out throughout the city. Didn't come back on until 10:30 so no Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy, West Wing, etc for their season premieres. Bummer. Disappointed but refusing to sweat the small stuff. This week, anyway.
Son will have one more day off of school tomorrow. Then back to the books. Tonight there is an abbreviated acting class - instead of 2 hours it will be only 1 hour. Yes, I am insisting he go. Routine keeps us sane.