I'll be orienting a new person to work as a home health aide on my days off. We'll see how that goes.
The plan for after work is for me to meet the L.s and go to Jenkins Arboretum to see the azaleas. Our azalea was very nice, but in the recent rainstorms has shed its petals. We'll see what's blooming at Jenkins.
Later: The new home heallh aide, S., seems very nice, and experienced. I think she'll treat the guys right. I oriented her for a little under two hours.
I met the L.s at Wendy's, then Mrs. L. drove to the arboretum. They still had plants left from their plant sale, which I expected. I got a couple of wild bleeding hearts, a pot of sweet rush, and a pot of anise hyssop. After I got home, I sprayed the jasmines for insects and transplanted the upright fuchsia, and watered some of the outside plants that were in smaller pots. The blue flag iris is in bud, and I picked the first bloom off 'Mme. Zoetmans' that the deer hadn't eaten.