Eric brought me these colorful daisies yesterday “just because it’s Sunday”. We had another busy weekend. On Saturday, we went to the horse races again, and really enjoyed ourselves. We each bet on one race, but neither of us won. Although I made a lot of imaginary money on my virtual bets. LOL! Yesterday my sister and my niece came over for a visit. They were in town for a couple of days, and it was so nice to have them over for the afternoon.
Thanks for all of your sweet comments on my Neighborhood RR. I am so looking forward to receiving my first piece to stitch on. Last night, I was able to sit down and do a bit of stitching.
I made some more progress on Their Song. The whole left corner is now finished and next time I’ll probably work on finishing the branch with the cherries. I love how those cherries look, even though I only have one finished.
We are having an issue with our property management company (we rent our house). Friday night, Eric got home and was locked out of the house as someone had locked the keyless deadbolt on the door from the garage to the house. He was able to get in through the front door, but it became evident that someone had been in our house – obviously someone from our property management company. It doesn’t appear that anything was done in the house, but there was no note indicating they had been there or what they had done. In fact, they hadn’t forewarned us that they were going to be coming into the house. The cats were freaked. I mean, they were hiding under the bed when Eric got home. It is also evident that whoever was there went out to the backyard and then came back in, because over the last two days, everytime you open that door, Romeo races upstairs and hides under the bed. Eric finally got someone on the phone today (after numerous phone calls that were not returned). They say no one was in the house, and they won’t do anything about changing the locks or anything. Ugh! It just makes me feel so anxious about leaving the house, since people apparently are wandering in and out at their leisure. We are going to be making some phone calls to see what we can do about the situation. Our lease is up in March, and we are planning to buy a house when we move from this one. I really hope that something can be done about this, so that it doesn’t happen again. Unfortunately, this management company have been less than cooperative on previous issues (eg the tree that was uprooted). I’ll let you know what develops.
I am grateful for a fun visit with my sister.