|Iowa Indian Summer|
|A Pearl Crescent butterfly.|
So, I'm finally finished with my 45 hour week of scoring for Pearson. I now have the opportunity to post a few things that have happened these last couple of weeks that I have not had time to chat about.
|No more noise for Subie!|
With that huge hole in our bank account, I have been working my eyeballs off to score as much and as long as I mentally can over these last two weeks. Pearson has authorized 45 hours a week to allow them to finish up the project on time. I have been scoring over 12 hours each day until I can secure that 44.9 hours ( Pearson does not like it when you go over their overtime allotment.) I only had to work 4 hours today to get that number. AND I have been geting the double bonuses for scoring the minimum amount of papers in a given day. (156! Which is a LOT! ) I've been scoring around 170. So, I'll leave it to your imagination just how frazzled my brain is after that.
|Moth playing Hid-and-seek|
Oh, Don't get me wrong. I actually enjoy the freedom I get from scoring at home. I am able to take breaks and snap pictures of the cat in the front yard.
Along with a number of other pretty sites as they flutter by.
|Another shot of the Crescent|
|Mums in Full Bloom|
|Hiro on the porch|
|Our Lazy Guard Cat|
|Fall flowers with visitors!|
Other than that, Cheryl has another race coming up this weekend. We plan on combining it with an IKEA visit. Since this one is on the fly, we shall see how things turn out as they happen in real time.
|Another Chicago race for Cheryl|