Dear one will be released to come home Saturday morning, so that will give a bit of my own time back to me. On the other hand, we need to work out how he is going to manage to stay indoors out of the heat and still get everything done outside that he wants. I think there will be a tradeoff between my doing the outside work now, and him doing the inside work when he wants to. Both the nephrologist and the internist want him out of the heat, so now he's heard it from more than me. We'll see how that works out.
While other people in Kansas take cover when a storm moves in, we go out and take pictures. We just love the stormy weather, and it is always different everytime you look.
The above two pictures were taken standing at the same spot within a matter of a couple of minutes, looking a little to the north on the second one. Then the rain came and drove me inside, where I sewed about 600" of binding and a couple of quilt backs. When the storm was over, I stepped outside again, and this is what I saw: