Friday we had a mission. We met Caitlin at the Hostage Exchange site at 8:30, where we used to pick up or drop off the girls during COVID and the 35 weeks of Gramma Camp. They'd left some stuff at our place from sheltering with us from the power outage. It was nostalgic!
✄ Caitlin took Isabelle for a haircut Friday afternoon! What a difference! She has an undercut, and had a ton taken off. She is growing up, our lovely young lady
Josephine had her hair shortened last month. It is a trend! Although, Isabelle loves and respects her older sister, and often emulates her. They have a close bond, after COVID.
📺 Doing my workout in the basement, I had trouble finding something to watch on TV. Three Ontario news shows were going to feature our newly elected premier's speech, and it seemed to me he was smirking. I couldn't watch it. US news was featuring issues around guns, which is heartbreaking.
Ukraine citizens are in dire straights. FORTE11 is based near them. The 🛫Air Traffic is busy. They came out of Turkey Sunday morning.
I turned to Vancouver morning news, and they were dealing with a couple of stabbings, and a car fire. Crikey! I wasn't feeling 100% so I called it a day after 15 minutes. I went outside to play.
I puttered outside, and tried to get some yard work done, but the bugs drove me indoors.The weeding will get done another day. Or not! I shall have to use proper bug spray, and shower afterwards.
🎾 Roland Garros Tennis – The French Open
Then, we were watching tennis from Paris and poor Alexander Zverev (Germany) rolled his ankle during the match against Nadal (Spain). That looked painful. I know. I did it on the ice outside my portable in the early 90s.
JB turned on the men's tennis semifinal, and the Ruud (Sweden) and Čilić (Croatia) match was stopped during the third set. A young woman wrapped a cable around the net, and the necklace she was wearing, tying up the game. She was protesting climate change, "We have 1028 days left." They hustled the players off the court while they dealt with it. The broadcaster didn't show any more of the incident, which is their policy.
In more tennis news, the French Open's 1st female director says women's tennis holds less 'appeal' than men's, which is why she schedules the men during peak night time hours. In 2016 in LA, a male tennis director stepped down when he revealed his gender bias. Djokovic echoed the sentiment at the time, but didn't face any blowback. Sadly, the Paris transportation system was shut down when one men's game ended at 1 a.m., as the men play 5 sets, the women 3. People, it is 2022.
Our travels to Franktown and back