I can hardly believe the amount of rain we've had. I've tried to look it up, to see just how much moisture we've had this year, but in this rural area, it couldn't find anything that gave me a history of rainfall. My own rain gauge has shown about two inches so far this month, and I think it was about 3.5 inches last month. Unbelievable!
After Dorothy and I made the rounds of the artists exhibits this morning, we stopped back to see Zoë. We has started out at her location this morning, and the other friend who was going to help her today hadn't shown up. Probably a miscommunication, like she might have thought I was going to be there both days or something (but I thought we had that clear; me on Saturday and her on Sunday). Anyway, I took Dorothy back to her car and returned to help Zoë. Today was much slower than yesterday, but I stuck around and helped her pack up and load her car. I enjoyed spending the time with her again. She is such a sweet lady.
I'm getting up early tomorrow to go to Alamogordo. The "Check Engine" light is back on in the truck, as well as the "Gas Cap" message. I don't know what they can do, but I'm determined to keep bugging them till they get it fixed. I don't have any idea how long I'll be there this time. I hope it isn't an all day thing. I'm taking stuff to occupy myself, but I just hate sitting there all day. It is so boring, even with taking my "entertainment bag," (iPod, Kindle, puzzle books) it just isn't fun.
I'm tired. I think I need to go to bed. Night, all!