As June draws to a close I am thinking about what July will be like. Especially when compared to last year.
This July will hopefully see a shift back toward normal. On Sunday our congregation will meet together in person for the first time since back in March and the plan is that I will be able to work in the office again about halfway through the month. Hopefully things will start to improve again and this will all take place.
I started the month finishing up a dig in Israel. It was a great experience as I made some new friends and we found a lot of interesting items at our dig site. Hopefully next summer I will go on another dig.
I came home to a yard that needed a lot of work. Also, my agapanthus was in dreadful shape, but mainly because a neighborhood cat used that corner to jump down off of the fence down into the yard knocking over the scapes in the process.
I also visited the Sao Paulo Zoo and have now been to zoos on five continents.
Do you know what this animal is?
I will definitely not be on three different continents next month, but will go much further away from home than I have been recently. This is not saying much as I have not been more than a couple miles from home since the middle of March.
Now to go flip the pages on my calendars to see what pictures I will enjoy in July.