"catch the sun"
Not much been happening on the house front. A few showings; tomorrow a realtor open house with a general open house sometime to follow.
There are many houses on the market but I see that a few repped by our agent are "sale pending."
This whole notion makes everything just a little poignant. Zeb and Eli made the effort to get home for the day on Easter. Will it have been the last holiday in their childhood home? How will the dogs understand it? After all, their lives are so calm.
I've been in the garden picking flowers and checking on the tender green shoots of perennials I've planted over the years. They are other things that I've planted and nurtured. And, although I don't think I'll miss all the work they take, I will miss them. Assorted images below.
And, of course, every dawn over Long Island Sound is now like I've never see dawn before.
Even in the bunker that is our basement, I find relics of young artists in the making. Lost to their biographers and archives but for a mother with a camera. (It's a door, sideways).
Two mallard ducks returned for several springs. Called Abdul Quakbar and Mrs. Quakbar. They'd waddle up to the front door, quack a bit and wait for their bread and water. We also have had a spider (or two) who return every year and grace us with their nightly efforts which leave me humbled and wondering about my own routine efforts and how they might otherwise be seen.
Tonight's finale. Our wedding and honeymoon were scheduled around the opening night of CATS on Broadway, Ken being Production Carpenter. I should have known what stage that set. I spent opening night wondering why so many light bulbs were already burnt out but enjoyed the party at the Waldorf. And Eli had the best childhood Sundays ever going into the theater with Dad. In fact, after the HOME ALONE movies, when asked what he would do if lost in NYC, he replied, "I'd tell someone to take me to CATS."
Writing this blog helps address some of this. Maybe.