Well, here's something: I took a bunch of photos today of the giant dead maple tree that stands at the entrance to our driveway. I love that thing. It really is beautiful even though it's falling apart. It's rather stark and knobbed and has huge funguses (oh yeah, that should probably read "fungi." I'm not changing it though) growing out of it. I saw an owl suffering through a rainstorm in it once. It's dramatic.
Unfortunately, because it's falling apart some guys are going to come next weekend and cut it down.
However I accept that that has to happen. It could fall on someone, after all.
Another unfortunate thing is that I can't fine the folder I saved the photos to. I'm pretty sure it said 11 somewhere in the name of the folder but it's not the folder I thought it was. I'm going to have to download some more photos from that camera and see where it wants to put them in order to find out where it s.
Here's something else I did today: I went to the Brookline house and got a tour from one of the new/old* owners.
Not surprisingly it looks great. They completely renovated the basement. They also refurbished the old windows, saving the antique glass panes and replacing the window ropes with chains. They did a lot of new insulating too. I could tell the place was less drafty than it had been. Debra showed me around. She was so excited to be living there again. I was happy that they have it again and can afford to make the improvements we couldn't. It's a great house and we were lucky to have lived there.
And now, random photos of Fay. Two almost identical ones because I couldn't decide which was cuter. Of course if I had just picked one you would never have missed the other.
I looked back and am shocked to see that I never posted about the people who bought our house last year. The people who bought our house from us are the same people we bought it from in 1991.