Good morning all yoy nice people!
We are now in the second week of the sequester and things have ground to a halt here at the EPA grants factory
. Until it becomes clearer what our funding will be we are making no awards unless it is mission critical. Unless the clowns in the DC circus get their act together we are all facing 104 hours of furlough time between now and September 30. Marj and I will survive ok but those in lower paying positions will really be hurt. Positive thing is that we now have time to get all those little things done that we always seem to keep putting off until we "have time".
Morning Sue, Marj and I are spending a week in Rhode Island in June. We entered a contest. First prize was a week in Rhode Island, Second prize was two weeks in Rhode Island.
Seriously my wife loves Newport and we exchanged our time share for a unit in Westerly which will be our base for exploring the area.
Everyone have a great day. I am!