Homer was at the farm, and got word that a pig was available. Not certain of the circumstances, but the thing is available to be collected today.
It will be in quarantine for a bit, away from any other livestock.
At about the same time, I was offered tickets to attend an acoustic performance by Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt at The Forum in Harrisburg. We don't attend many concerts or shows anymore, and we jumped at the chance to attend.
We even arrived on time after meeting up after the farmers market in Hershey closed. Parking, with "restricted" signs everywhere, turned out to be available everywhere since it was after work hours.
The stage was set with two chairs and four guitars. A couple of microphones.
And they entered the stage, sat down and played, sang and chatted with each other for a couple of hours. It was a pleasure listening to them. Great music, lyrics, voices. Funny stories.
A lovely setting. Not a bad seat in the house. I know we have attended events where getting out of the parking garage took us longer than our entire return trip home last night.
Two offerings. We accepted them both. One quite a bit different than the other.