The business cards should be here in about a week, coincidental to my last week of full-time wage work.
If I’m not careful, it could all become work, and that wouldn’t be fun at all.
One thing I find terribly fun is a fireworks display. For reasons I still haven’t completely acclimated to, in Utah the fireworks are usually much better for Pioneer (Pie and beer?) Day than the 4th of July. And seeing as how Pioneer Day is today, a Sunday, some fireworks were yesterday and some will be tomorrow, a state holiday. Last night we walked to a school parking lot near the U’s stadium to watch the fireworks that followed the pro soccer match. We stood at the back of the lot, next to an empty, weedy field where we had a clean line of sight, beside a school bus that blocked some of the school’s security lighting. While we waited, a 4 or 5 point mule deer stepped into the light, followed by a doe and another buck. They didn’t freak out at the fireworks, just moved off into the dark. Wildlife in our neighborhood isn’t that strange – we had a doe and fawn on our street a couple days ago. And rabbits twice this season. But more frequent this summer than ever before, I don’t remember anything quite this bold.