Traditional Thursday #350

The Husband getting up to turn off the camera after a "photo" sessionWe never did get a new camera as we had planned. Principally because our current one we currently have has been (mostly) trouble free all summer. It’s still finicky and definitely needs replacement. But we haven’t had the sort of problems that would bring it to the top of the list of items to be replaced and retired. It would be nice to have one with a remote control.  Then I wouldn’t have to jump up out of bed so abruptly after a photo session.

Traditional Thursday #349

The Husband on top of The Wife with her legs togetherThis week marks the sixth anniversary of then new oars, our first major rowing purchase. Even though we still sometimes think of ourselves as beginners, we’ve actually be rowing for seven years and are experienced. Now we have all our own gear including our own private boats. Its been quite an adventure and one that we hope continues for a long time.

Traditional Thursday #346

The Husband on top of The Wife with her legs togetherThe heat wave we have been having is supposed to continue through the weekend so we are going to get outside and enjoy it. Hopefully, we won’t have any sudden thunderstorms suddenly popup like we’ve had a few days this week. Looking forward to some time on the river and in the pool.

Traditional Thursday #343

The Husband on top of The Wife with her legs in the airI recently changed the song I use for the standard ringtone of my phone. I’m not quite sure why since all of my frequent contacts have custom ringtones and I almost never answer unknown callers. It just seemed like something I should do for the summer. We’ve had mobile phones for so long I’ve almost forgotten what the days of a single mechanical or electronic ring were like. The Wife and I have certainly become used to our electronic gadgets.

Traditional Thursday #341

The Husband on top of The Wife with her legs in the airWe rowed earlier than usual on Wednesday which was a good thing since it rained at our regular time. The entire spring has basically been one rainy day after another after another. We sometimes have sunshine part of the day. But, never long enough to totally dry things out and for the river to recede to normal levels. We are still anticipating long, hot summer days. Hopefully our optimism will be rewarded.