The coffee is hot and strong today. May yours be, too.
I finished looking up and saving all the songs I have written in my little notebook. Then I shared some with Hubs last night. He seemed to enjoy the video for Someone to You by BANNERS. (Watch it all the way to the end.)
Yesterday, while I was on the phone with Mom, Hubs saw a coyote trotting through our woods. He went to grab the camera, but the bugger was too fast. We also saw an armadillo a few days before that. Since the dude who used to kill critters died, and the gal who used to live-trap animals and move them moved herself, the 'nuisance' animals are slowly coming back.
On the other hand, we've had a big brown dog wandering the neighborhood, too. Someone we didn't recognize stopped yesterday and asked Hubs if he'd seen the dog, because it had gotten into their garage and stolen a bag of food. As soon as she drove away, it wandered unconcerned past our house. I hope it belongs to someone and isn't a drop-off. Although, a dog as smart as that needs to be my dog... you know, if he doesn't already belong to someone. I shall call him Rogue.
The unrecognized neighbor (after almost 9 years, we still haven't met most of the people in here, by the way) said Jerry tried to catch it but it ran away. The only Jerry we could think of is old and doesn't strike us as a dog lover. Then I remembered there's a female Geri on the other side of the hill who owns a corgi. It was probably her. (Turns out there's another dude Jerry, but he is also old and probably not spry enough to try and catch a dog.) Funny how this gal we'd never met assumed we knew who she was talking about. Anyway, we think she might belong to the house that's being remodeled.
In our neighborhood, there are lakeside people and hill people. They rarely associate with one another. The gal who moved in next door has lived in the neighborhood for years, but at the beginning of the neighborhood. (I've known her husband, but just met her.) She doesn't know many of the people back in here either. So, maybe there's a third group of people.
It's an interesting dynamic in this little rural neighborhood, I tell ya. Like the gal who used to be married to the guy across the street, but now she's married to a guy who lives down the hill. I don't think I could live in the same neighborhood as any of my exs. Hell, I don't live in the same state as any of them. LOL
Okay, I should probably go do something constructive this morning. Got any this-n-that going on in your neighborhood?