Today’s weather was perfect, that is, overcast with a cool breeze that did not leave us feeling exhausted. In fact, it was so good that I went to Vladika’s little garden and began to weed, for it was getting to be overgrown not so much with weeds as with various flowers getting out of hand. Then I watered the plants in pots and tubs in front of the library that were in desperate need of watering and even some weeding in the Celtic Garden. I opened the metal shed and got an old fashioned rake to clear the area on both sides of the row of cedars. This had bothered me each time I walked by and now it is tidy, except for the several piles that have to be taken away. By this time I felt exhausted but exhilarated at the same time, realizing that it possibly was the most outdoor work that I have done in months. More good news arrived with Father Moses being informed that some of his tests indicated that no further testing was necessary.