B. told me that I might as well wear shorts, so I did. I got to work on time. Work was fairly light, as such things go. I need to change Toby the cat's litter box soon, when R. brings in the bag of litter. Maybe Wednesday. I have tomorrow off. R. did not want to go outside today. His new glasses were ready, but his car doesn't have air conditioning and it was in the high 90s, feeling like 105, today. I offered to drive him over to the opticians' store in my car, but he was not feeling ambitious. Toby doesn't have any cans of Friskies left, so R. will be hearing about it from Toby tomorrow morning. Apparently Toby goes a little crazy if he doesn't get his Friskies.
B. finished A Dangerous Thing yesterday. He said he had a feeling that Adrien would get screwed, and not in a good way. I said he would see in the third book.
I went to the grocery store near where they live and picked up yogurt and bananas. I stopped by the home health aide agency's local office, and stopped for a smoothie on the way there.
I got home, and decided I was in for the day. I said to Mom and Dad that maybe the red bee balm would attract hummingbirds. I looked out the dining room window shortly after that, and saw a female ruby-throated hummingbird working her way around the bee balm flowers, which are mostly in full bloom.
It was K.'s first day at a new job, working for a veterinarian. I had sent her good wishes and huggles on Saturday. She said her day had gone well, and thanked me for the good wishes. I said that now she had patients who didn't talk back. I said that Miss Daisy didn't talk back, but she makes a range of noises, and has very expressive eyes and ears and tail.