Last Sunday, Mom and I went to Cincinnati's Playhouse in the Park and saw Erma Bombeck: At Wit's End. It was great and what a nice facility! It was our first time going and we really enjoyed it. We had lunch before the show and then moved into the theater. It was a small and cozy area and we had great seats - front row on the corner of the stage. I didn't realize until moving here that Erma was from Dayton, Ohio.
Of course, our visit wouldn't have been complete without a picture with Erma!
We've had a lot of rain this week - remnants or tail-end of Tropical Storm, Cindy. I love it when it rains because it means I don't have to water the garden that day. I swear I can water for hours and not get the results that a fifteen minute rain does. My gardens are going wild and the flowers are blooming like crazy!
I took the picture to the right standing behind my Conefower Maximus. The first year I planted this, it had one bloom. This year, it has three. The stems are almost as tall as I am!
Today, Andy and I took our old pontoon boat out on the lake for a morning ride-about. It was an absolutely gorgeous 74 degree morning. I usually knit while we ride but it was just too windy today to do anything be sit there and enjoy the ride. We had company on the water as we came back in. This flock(there were at least two dozen birds) of Canada Geese that included eight babies, almost swam right up to the boat. They thought it was a wonderful day for an outing, too!
Tomorrow, it's back to the grind and then a 4-day weekend next week for July 4th! Definitely looking forward to that! Any of you have special plans for the 4th?