Another day at home. I had planned to do our income taxes, but I never got motivated. I'll get them done this week, hopefully.
I did, however, officially postpone my Florida trip until late June. British Airways was very reasonable about it -- they didn't charge me anything to move my flight dates. They understand this is an unprecedented situation.
Olga got two walks -- one in the morning, when we came across the springtime-colored infection control mask lying on the pavement above, and one in the afternoon, when we went back to the cemetery. On the morning walk I also found a couple more old milk bottles for my burgeoning collection -- both Express Dairy, but of shapes and styles unlike those I already had. I'm up to seven bottles now, all different.
Oh, and speaking of Olga, some of you wondered about that red rubber thing lying in the grass in one of my pictures a few posts back. No, it is not some kind of sex toy. It's a Kong, Olga's preferred dog toy of choice. In fact, that one she found while walking in the cemetery several weeks ago, where it had been abandoned by some ungrateful cur. I'm not sure why Kongs are shaped that way, except the conical design helps them bounce unpredictably when thrown, which dogs seem to like.
I'm going back to work this morning to help out around the library, getting the place in order and helping with last-minute checkouts. I'll probably work through Wednesday.