Or having to live by weather.com. We have had weeks of rain. Some days, blasts came around about every ninety minutes. People were getting downright cranky. We were tired of feeling limp. Moist.
We were lucky on the fourth of July. We were #79 in the Peach Festival parade in Gilbert, SC.
There was a slight sprinkle just as we pulled into line, and then nothing for about six hours. Best day we had had in about two weeks and as it turned out, for days later as well. The farmer on my running route cannot get all his crops in. I asked him if he had ever had this trouble before, and he said about twenty years ago they did. Pretty unusual weather.
Work at the pool had been suspended. Makes no sense to lay tile, or grout already laid tile, if rain is going to blast in and wash the work away, or worse, wash the thin set or grout into the pool itself. The rains have been accompanied by big winds. This has not been a fun summer weather pattern!
Great waves of tile are now pushing towards one another, and being unified by grout. Finally, bare sharp edges are being hidden from feet. Now that the weather is better, the pool is becoming a safer place. Thank you, Ra.
I am excited about the crawling white line within the screen printed tile which circles at a distance the terra cotta rug. Wish that I had more of it, but, as almost always, the tile is a remnant given to me at the end of some other project.
Work from this morning; done well before the predicted “isolated” thunderstorm.