I had a hellacious weekend, and I’m exhausted. Saturday was spent moving two ton of rock into a new rock wall. I swore I was done making rock walls, but there it is. Just need the dirt now, which was supposed to be in Friday, but I can wait. I’m thinking three yards . . . Sunday was supposed to be a nice trip out to find some plants to put into it, but . . .
Sunday turned into an unexpected trip out to the Ren fair, unexpected in the sense of getting up planning one thing, and in thirty minutes, being out the door and in the car on the way to something else. We had a great time eating and shopping–in that order–and when we left about 3;30, the line to get in was horrible. Made me glad we went early. The shopping seemed better this year than last, or maybe I was in more of a shopping mood. Now, here’s the funny thing. The crowds and walking on Sunday exhausted me markedly more than moving two ton of rock on Saturday. Go figure. And the best part? I slept long and deep, and had curious dreams.
Just as a reminder, if you’ve not heard, one of the stories from INTO THE WOODS (out October 9) has been released early in a special edition e-book. Pet Shop Boys. It also has the first chapter of EVER AFTER in it, so if you like sneak peeks, you might want to check it out. It’s available right now.