Today is June 20th. I finally got in the lake today. This is probably the latest I have ever got in the lake. It was a bit chilly at first, but it was so hot outside that it was good. I was quite happy, and hope that tomorrow’s weather forecast holds true so I can do it again.
In other news, here is a letter to my neighbor, or anyone this is true for:
Dear neighbor a couple houses down,
I hope you don’t find this letter judgmental, but really it is NOT ok for you to drink your beers (yes plural, I see you with both one in hand and the one your son is bringing you) while driving three young boys tubing behind your boat. If this were a car, you would be arrested. I don’t really see any difference. If I was your wife or parents of one of the children (I think one isn’t yours) I would beat the living daylights out of you. It doesn’t matter to me that everyone else does it, that doesn’t make it ok. Maybe you don’t watch the news, but if you did you would know about the stories of all the boating accidents and deaths because people were drinking. You are now safely on your dock, but my husband is out there swimming, as well as other well meaning people enjoying the water that have no desire for death or disfigurement, so please, for all of us (ESPECIALLY YOUR OWN CHILDREN) KNOCK IT OFF!!!!!!!!
With much rage,
P.S. I’m not saying that you are drunk, or even seem to be. I’m just saying don’t be an idiot. Because we all know if I thought you were out of control I would have been on your dock yelling at you before you even left. And then calling CPS. And then reminding you how your stupid little dog pooped on our lawn this week. But that would just be a side note, the dog pooping.
Aaron just interrupted my blogging yelling from outside. The eagles are fighting again, Aaron says he saw 7, by the time I got out I saw 4 bald eagles and 1 brown/golden eagle. And they are swooping the water, kinda near Aaron. I think they want him for dinner. I won’t write them a letter, because we all know eagles can’t read.
Hey, did I mention swimming today? It was awesome. You should come over and swim with me tomorrow.