Sylvia said, “I see a couple of deer.” I looked out the window and saw one. Then two, which were followed four, seven and more coming. When I counted nine, I went for the camera. Then there were ten.
I used a spring operated clothes pin to lift one of the slats on the blinds. I raised the camera only to find it was off. I turned it off and back on. Dead. Battery flat.
I put the battery in its charger and hoped for the best. Then there were twelve–some reclined on the ground others grazing on the lawn.
Maybe I had enough charge in the battery for one shot. I did not.
Then they left. First one, then three followed quickly by the rest.
Friday afternoon, I went in for a bunionectomy on my left foot. Fortunately, that went well, and I’m at home recovering and watching too much TV. I’m also trying to listen to an audio book. I say “trying,” because I keep falling asleep. That’s okay. If the body needs sleep, then let it sleep.
There are two wires coming out of the big toe. These will be removed in about a month, and there will be no hardware left behind. Color me delighted!
First follow-up appointment this afternoon.