Weekend Open Mic

Weather: We’ve finally had a week of normal temperatures in the St. Louis area.  The humidity is just as important as the temperature when finding your comfort level.   It looks like the weekend will be low in humidity and a tad below normal in high temperatures and the coming week looks to be about normal for this time of year.

My week: I spent several nights this past week helping work on a construction project at a club I belong to.  It was really nice being able to help.  Because of my joints and aches and pains I’ve done next to nothing besides riding my lawn tractor around to cut my grass for the last few months.  I started feeling better about 10 days ago.  So, I’m really sore from doing stuff I hadn’t been able to do for a while but it’s a good feeling to be able to help out.  I still have some aches and pains but they’re not too hard to live with for a guy turning 70 this coming week.

Likes: We just passed 50,000 Likes on B&P a day or two ago.  The Like button has been hit 50,200+ times in the last year.  Thanks for doing your part. I think I’m going to add the Like button to other sites.

That’s it from B&P Headquarters in St. Louis. What’s going on in your world?

2 thoughts on “Weekend Open Mic”

  1. Worked yesterday and it came one heck of a flood. People were checking out early in droves. Being close to the ocean the water has nowhere to go until the tide goes out, it was a mess. The humidity plays hell with my hair and like Mike wrote a few weeks back, I’m tired of breathing water!

  2. We got a heat wave coming next week. Expect to see a lot of news stories about wildfires in California.

    I went downtown last night to mingle with the Comic-con crowd. This thing just keeps getting bigger. They’ve expanded outside of the building, lots of things for non-attendees to do now. Really becoming a Mardi Gras type experience. I really hope we expand the convention center so this event can stay here. The comic convention was born in San Diego, the premier event should stay here. That would be like moving the Gateway Arch from St Louis to Cleveland.


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