Radicals Deb and Joanne. Deb was the first volunteer to stand with me in support of Stoneman Douglas students in March. Here we are at Postcards from Peninsula, where fifteen of us wrote out and addressed and stamped 250 post cards urging voters to go to the polls on May 8 and vote yes on Issue One, in favor of ending Gerrymandering.
I sent an email to the other three radicals in the room, "Since we're on a roll, what do you say we ..." and I outlined another community involvement program we could undertake. Mum's the word until I discuss it tomorrow with Deb, and Monday with a lovely soul who has no idea she's about to become radical number five!
Now it's the weekend and we adjourned to the front yard. I tried again, but I am a useless weed puller. I have no strength in my right hand, little more in my left, and precarious balance, to boot.
I asked Laura to bring me the lawn mower! I mowed one side of the house, and was done in. But, Yay Me.
I asked Laura to put away the lawn mower. I intended to finish the other side tomorrow. When she finally came in, she had mowed the back and the other side. So, I took the job away from her.
We went to the nursery. Nasturtiums will come in this week. So, we got ranunculus for Pig, instead.
And, someone finally had dress number one escape the tornado lockdown and arrive in the mail box.
She wonders why she hasn't worn a dress since she was three years old. So we will look around for fair trade dresses now.