Wow....R is on a hot streak. I was shocked when he said "look what I picked up today." He said it caught his eye because it was sitting on top of a closed trash container. Most of the time when you see that, it indicates that the item is too good to throw away but that they no longer want it.
Once Grandma Cat is living with Grandma (my mother) the tally for relocating cats will be 11 since May. We have a boy cat that is a real sweetie who is on the shy side, that we would really like to find a home. The ideal situation would be with someone who has cat experience and can work with Morrie and give him a lot of attention. He loves to sit on your lap and is just a good little boy.
Tomorrow we are back to working on the shingles. R removed the trim piece under the drip edge on the left side. It went fairly fast because we were not trying to save the trim because it was cracked and rotted. He used a chisel to split it and then used a pneumatic grinder to cut off any nails that he couldn't pull out. We then moved the ladder to the other side and he started to remove that trim. Amazingly, 3/4 of it came down in one piece. He stepped down the ladder to get the last 2 feet of trim and was promptly stung by a hornet That is 3 hornet stings this summer for R.