I'm still too weak , recovering from 3 weeks long battle with this nasty flu.
Several days of 70° F in a roll probably packed the golf courses around here. I had made a tee time this Past Thursday but gave it away to a friend, knowing that I could not fully enjoy playing golf that day.
Tried to build up my strength by getting some of the work done around the house. Wife been carrying the weight besides working full time ( 50 hour week , since they were short at the work ).
Taking advantage of the beautiful Saturday, I worked around the house first, laundry all the bed sheets and pillow cases while kids went to work ( my kids are visiting home over the weekend and one caught allergic reaction to the pollen ) We lived in the woods and the thick green/yellowish layer of pollen on the cars parked outside told a story . Which reminds me to power wash the windows driveway, side walk and walkways tomorrow, maybe even some of the tree trunks with moss built up from the warm weather.
Since I was at it, I flipped the top mattress for all the beds as we had not turned it for over 6 months.
Edged all the driveways and the island stripes and mowed the yards. put down " Moss Out" the only thing works in getting rid of the moss built up over the warm moist Winter. Had to take a break in between to hydrate, sweat felt good but also brought back a little coughing. Since I worked out door, took a "Zyrtec" to avoid triggering the reminiscence of flu .
I was pretty bushed afterward, realizing there was no way I could walk the 18 and play quality golf in this condition.
Promptly booked another tee time for next week which forecasting the warmest day for the year in the high 70's.
Hopefully I get to golf next week. If not, that'll be okay because we'll have one of the hottest and driest Summer this year. Lots of time for golf.