I think I need to stop shooting flowers.
I just finished Catcher in the Rye and it came together so perfectly in the end. The last scene, with his sister riding the carousel in the rain, wearing her hat. Him sitting on the bench, getting soaked for the hell of it and smiling. And being happy for the first time since leaving school. I loved the way Salinger finished up the book with the last chapter. Great read.
Today I worked 12-4, but got off early around 2.30 due to rain and storms.
I came home and took photos and took it easy.
Around 4 I headed to my grandparents house with the family for "Father Day Dinner". Some of my aunts and uncles were there. I sat and ate ribs and watched the men freak out over the U.S. Open. Golf is funny. Everyone talks how boring it is, but when there's a ball rolling across a plane toward a hole - everyone in the room watches. Granted, I watched the ball a couple times aswell.
My eyes are a bit tired and blurry - they get that way when I read alot. I honestly don't know why. Earlier in the night I heard my Dad in the den watching an old Samurai movie. I had this urge to go watch it with him, but I didn't.
The plans for mini golf tonight sort of fell through, but Im glad. Salinger made it up.
Tomorrow I work 4-8 and honstely don't know what else I'm doing.