No Work on a Sunday

Sunday; and we were not expecting much to happen at the house so we did not make a morning visit.  We attended Orlando Friends Meeting instead.  This will be our new spiritual home.  After meeting, we took our shopping list to Costco. That may not be the best time to go there; that place was a madhouse.  We stopped by the new house on the way home.

Andy noticed this bug on the garage ceiling. It is an inch or two long. I thought it might be a damselfly, except for those antenna-looking things.

While we were looking up, we noticed this on the garage wall.  There has also been a mysterious blue wire tucked under the fascia board outside, but we forgot to go out and check the other end of the wire.

We only ordered two ceiling fans when we had the “build comm” in March.  Yesterday, new friends Mary and Terry, dropped by in their golf cart and said we really need one in every room, even the master bedroom closet.  This is the one in the family room, the only fan in the house.  The other one is outside on the lanai.

 

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8 thoughts on “No Work on a Sunday

  1. Peter's pondering September 4, 2017 / 1:43 am

    Do you have a remote control for the garage doors? That could be what the blue wired contraption is for.

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    • Dinata Misovec September 4, 2017 / 10:46 pm

      That’s a good guess. My friend Dave says it is for the doorbell. We’ll find out in the next few weeks.

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  2. John Zyla September 4, 2017 / 5:03 pm

    Hi Dinata,

    The bug is a type of Antlion, although I don’t know what species.

    John

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    • Dinata Misovec September 4, 2017 / 10:59 pm

      Wow! I never heard on Antlion (or forgot about it if I did) but I looked them up on Wikipedia and read the article. I know Doodlebugs! My grandparents lived in eastern North Carolina where it is very sandy. When I was a child, we would twirl a small twig in the Doodlebug holes, while singing a song, which I have completely forgotten, until we stirred up the Doodlebug.

      Thanks for your comment; I learned something today.

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