Luckily the bee infestation is in a narrow, no man's land on the side of the yard that is fenced off from the dogs. I don't want either of them to get anywhere near the insecticide, but I do want the bees to go away. I sprayed two gallons of the stuff today. Hopefully, that will take care of the problem.
I bought a new large-format printer for the office today as well, but I can't have it delivered until I can figure out how to get rid of the old printer. These large printers are basically like a bank safe. They're so heavy that once you put them in place, you just don't move them anymore. I'm going to have to find some friends to help me move the printer, because I definitely can't lift it myself.
I was shocked when I turned on the TV this morning and discovered that Mark Haynes was dead. Mark had been a part of my breakfast routine for many years. I would watch Squawk on the Street every morning on CNBC as I ate my pancakes or eggs to see what was happening with the market that day. Jeez, I saw Mark on TV just yesterday and everything seemed just fine. His co-host Erin Burnett left the show a few weeks earlier as well. My mornings won't be the same anymore. When I think about this unexpected death, along with the equally unexpected tornado that completely destroyed Joplin, Missouri the other day, it is abundantly clear that we shouldn't take anything in life for granted. I guess all we can really do is live our lives one day at a time and try our best to make the most out each and every day.
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