Saturday, July 24, 2021

Weekend life

 We are at camp today. I am not sure why I always sleep so much more soundly here, but I do.

This has been an awfully long week of ten hour days.

On top of that, a legal matter which matters a great deal to our family and has been delayed multiple times due to covid has finally been resolved. We were pretty sure but you never want to bet on anything once the law is brought into it. We prevailed. Tim was there. I went to work but got texts. After years of dealing with it, it is resolved for once and for all. We are all thankful.

But by Friday, I was seriously dragging. It seemed as if the day would not end, but it did (as all days do).

I left work and drove to the retirement property. Tim and William had a nice fire going. We cooked over an open fire, set off a few fireworks, and Tim and William went four wheeler riding.

I spent time in the green house nd after a sound sleep, I will be spending the afternoon in the garden.

It is a good day!

11 comments:

northsider said...

It sounds like a great weekend.

gz said...

Sounds good.
Fresh air and fewer worries = good sleep?

Steve Reed said...

What a relief that must be, to have the legal thing settled. Glad you're having a good day!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Pleased things have all worked out well for you Debby and your are having a great week end.

Bob said...

Sounds like a good day indeed. Enjoy.

Tasker Dunham said...

It sounds as if the legal matter has been going on a long time. It's a relief when these things reach their conclusion.

jeanie said...

Enjoy your rest - and recreation!

Andrew said...

Physical tiredness such as comes from time working in a garden can be very good at helping mental tiredness. I hope the rest of your weekend is satisfying.

Yorkshire Pudding said...

This post is filled with mystery and intrigue. The legal case. Camping out at a retirement property rather than a campsite. Things are not always as they might at first appear.

Debby said...

We camp at our retirement property, YP. There are snakes in the walls of the house and two raccoons under the front porch and something scrabbles around in the dark of the basement. So we bought a caravan and parked it on the property. The debate of renovate vs new build was decided when two very large trees fell on that very small house. The legal issue was a custody case that has loomed for years now and went to court a couple years ago.

Kelly said...

So glad the custody agreement is finally resolved.