Mostly an uneventful weekend - our GURPS game was cancelled, alas, but we compensated by having Shilo and her fiance over for a game and junk food. They brough Betrayal at the House on the Hill, which was a lot of fun and very easy to learn. Sunday, I spent some time organizing the library and weeded a few bags full of books - enough so that I was able to reduce the double-stacking and piles to a somewhat manageable level. We will still need to get some new/additional bookcases, but at least it doesn't look like a disaster area anymore.
My bike ride this morning through our renewed heat (112 predicted today), was full of random thoughts. I wish that there was a hands-free/non-speaking transcriber, that I could jack into my brain and record what I'm thinking. I'd be much better at keeping a journal, as well as remembering my to-do list.
This is the last week before school starts, and already campus is getting more busy as the students start moving in. I love the bustle of campus during the semester, but I do get used to a pedestrian traffic-free ride over the summer and it takes some adjustment when the semester gets underway.
Today's cat picture is a memorium - we believe the stray outside the window, for whom our yard and shed were the closest thing to a home he could have, has passed into kitty heaven. If Charlie had more than a pea-brain, he might miss his hours of staring at this strange being out the window. But I miss him, and hope he's basking in the sun, relaxed and well-fed in the next world.