A Mystery

Yesterday I kept thinking, I just have to get through the rest of the week then it’s a long weekend to rest and recuperate.  I kept telling myself, I’m halfway through the week.  And then I would remember it was only Tuesday. 

I feel like the week is dragging on and we are taking forever to get through.  Between being sick and having a hard time breathing if I’m not sitting perfectly upright and the pain this adds to my legs, I’m ready to say I don’t need to breath. 

The only thing going well is my writing!  I got up to 33K in one manuscript.  I wrote several scenes last night.  When I decided I was going to quit, I wrote up the scenes I see as coming next.  Now these may or may not happen but I have an outline for the latter half of my book. 

Last night after work, I picked up Ken and we went to the grocery store.  I had a specific type of meal I wanted so I asked Vicki to cook it for me.  It was exactly what I wanted  – she is amazing.  As I’m pulling out of the driving from getting Ken, he asked me if I knew anything about the plant.  I said, no, what plant.  Apparently someone left us a plant by our front door on Sunday. 

Now I go in and out of the garage and Ken’s truck is usually blocking my view (or it’s morning and I’m lucky to have my eyes open).  I had no idea about a plant.  It appears to be a lovely large tomato plant.  At least according to Ken, I wouldn’t have a clue.

There was no note or anything on it.  We think maybe one of our neighbors left it but we aren’t sure. 

If you’re the person who left it, thank you.  It was very kind of you and thoroughly unexpected.  Ken will plant it this weekend.