As if most of you don't already know, today is National Wear Your Lilly Day. I wore mine. The only place that I had to go to today besides the car wash was to eat lunch and to the drugstore. I wore some LL Bean khaki chino capris and a light blue Lilly polo. I was the only person that I saw with their Lilly, but at least I had it on. I couldn't see the pharmacist from the shoulders down, but I bet he had on something Lilly. If not, he had on madras pants. Close second.
Bo is doing so much better. He gets around great, but does not jump on the furniture. He may still be sore. He stays where it is cool. Smart dog.
Saturday, I took my car to get the oil changed. I was going to take it to the car wash so I could wash and vacuum it, but it started to storm. After lunch, my mother and I took flowers to my father's grave. We were going to clean the headstone, but...it started to rain. By the time we got out of the cemetery, it stopped.
Yesterday, after church and lunch, we went to the cemetery where my mother's parents are buried. Some of my cousins were there. We visited with them for a while and then went to the cemetery where my mother's grandfather is buried. We didn't stay long. WE SAW A SNAKE! I was out of there. After I calmed down from the snake siting, I decided that I might venture out of the car. Then I saw bees. I'm allergic to bees. I decided to stay in the car. My mother didn't tarry too long there. The last time we were there, we saw a snake. We won't go back until late fall.
Tomorrow, my mother and two of her best friends are going to Atlanta shopping. We are going to AmericasMart, Mint Julep and Lenox Square. I hope to get some cute silver jewelry at Morgan & Company and some cute things at Mint Julep.
Today is my day. I am sitting in the chair with my feet propped up on the ottoman. I'm going to read the July issues of Vogue and Allure. Then I'm going to watch a recording of Miss Marple that was on PBS last night. I wanted to watch it, but was not in the mood, so I recorded it.
I hope everyone enjoys the remainder of your Monday.