"Ah'm tahrd. Ah've gawn till Ah cain't go."
That's a quote from my friend Dorothy, who, though born and raised in Round Rock, sounds like a refugee from a town of 300, isolated in the Piny Woods of East Texas. One of these days, I'll tell y'all about Dorothy, and her wonderful husband, Curtis.
But not tonight. Tonight, I'm too tahrd.
I've been home for the past month, and today was the first day the shop was open for the new season. Ramona has been working very hard in there, and things have been rearranged, to the point where I can't find a bathrobe for love nor money! There's a rolling ladder, so there are now racks up high, and more room on the floor. I like it. It will take some getting used to, but it is definitely better. Our problem has always been space. More costs too much, and getting rid of stock is not an option. Ramona and Kyle, between them, should qualify for an engineering degree. If you're local, you need to come in and see us, but do it soon, before we get the measurements for all the musicals. Once those come in, we won't have time to show you around.