While we went garden touring Saturday morning the house painting crew was supposed to be finishing the painting. Now we realize there was a miscommunication. They finished the main part but all of the trim is yet to be painted. They were gone when we arrived home at 2:00 Saturday and we have not seen or heard from them since. I think the problem is paint supply. Then may be having trouble getting the trim paint. That is what has happened to the house next door.
We know that it will eventually get finished, but we don't know when, and we do not have contact information. I know. Dumb. But I'm letting the men handle it. Sigh.
I finally heard from my Sounders ticket agent. It's a new one, but no one bothered to tell me or give me his contact info. Anyway, it sounds like it is not going to be easy to get those ADA seats. They are apparently sold, but no one is using them, so we will until someone comes to claim them. We'll just take care of our needs before the match starts, then take the elevator up to the next level to get to our own seats or those we are "squatting" in. The agent offered me different seats, but they are in full sun/rain/whatever, and we are done with that. That's how we started out and it took us some years to get to the great seats we had.
Life goes on here. We did some light house work this morning and cleaned up some windows that needed cleaning, ones that we look at every day. The rest - out of sight, out of mind for now. Cleaning the patio slider tracks was one of my jobs. Not fun, but now it looks good.
We have ripe raspberries and a few Marion berries. We are enjoying summer fruits. Some went in the freezer, but lots are just to eat, on cereal, on yogurt, on ice cream. Yum.
As I mentioned, we went garden touring Saturday. As I arrived at the first garden I discovered my phone had failed to charge over night, so I didn't take photos of the private gardens. The car charger got me enough charge to take photos of the Bellevue Botanic Garden, our final stop. I'll leave you with pretty pictures.