We brought Grandpa home fr0m the hospital...taking him and Grandma out to eat at Bob Evan's on the way home. I was so downright tired that I don't remember much...
Friday, we had a visitor!! Uncle Al (adopted uncle ;]) dropped by for a visit on his way home...at the same time that the Home Health people were here to set up their three-week check in about Grandpa. So, while Savannah went out, I fixed the salad and talked with Uncle Al. Our conversations covered everything from cheese to olives to horse training and beehives (I found out his grandpa was a beekeeper...like mine!) Needless to say, we thoroughly enjoyed seeing him. We always do. :)
Saturday...well...I'm drawing a blank.
Sunday I really wanted to go to church, but as Grandpa was still in need of help getting up and all (and Savannah was exhausted), we stayed at home and watched the live stream from Reformed Bible Church in Appomattox, Virginia. We were going to watch the live stream from Chalcedon, but Dr. Raymond came on live before they did, so we went with RBC instead. Thankfully, Grandpa is back to going to bed and getting up by himself, so we will be able to attend church this coming Lord's Day (Lord willing and the creek don't rise!)
Monday (and everyday since this week), I reapplied my nose to the editing grindstone. Unless providentially hindered, my own personal plan is to have The Cow Cavalry locked and ready for distribution by the 28th. With that in mind, I did a little something...I took a missing voice over into my own hands. I recorded (using my camera since Katherine has my Zoom hostage [ ;D with my permission!!]) the final voice over myself, took it into Soundbooth and tweaked it...Mama asked for a sample...so here 'tis, Mum!
Lest you think I have not taken advantage of the warmer weather this week, I must inform you that Monday and Tuesday I faced a task that really should have never existed to begin with. Last Fall, once it got cold, we quit rotating my chicken tractors. Um...you know what happens when 45 birds remain on the same piece of ground for several weeks? Right. Two inches of bird doo. Well, I didn't clean it up after we butchered...so after it has been frozen for several months, I grabbed a little square pointed shovel I found in the old garage and a rake and a five gallon bucket (and a wagon after hauling the first bucketful off by hand. Wet chicken poop is heavy, let me tell you) and went to work. I only did three bucketfuls Monday, but I finished the job Tuesday. I did feel a little tired by the time I got done, but thankfully, no repercussions today!
I am supposed to be planting greens, but I haven't gotten to it yet. I have a list of little outdoor jobs that I am attempting to get done each day. Both a time to stretch my eyes and get a little exercise. Video editing does require quite a bit of sitting and staring. :P
I spent the morning doing more research on the lady I am going to be impersonating in May...I found another resource (yay!!) that I hope will be of some use. The main reason I was doing that, rather than editing, was because I had a couple of videos going through the encoding process and I didn't want to have two to three other programs open at the same time. No need to overload the "monster's" brain...
This afternoon, after a leetle Cow Cav work (fixed an audio problem!!), Savannah and I ran over to Rural King and got some chicken feed. I would have been out by Saturday, I think.
In other news, I have finished my first pair of socks which incorporated a cable!! Cabling is rather fun...and much easier than I thought it would be.
Alright...I'm off now. :)