We didn't do any flagging today, but it was a very eventful day. We did get a call from Lori at PRC at 5:30 this morning to see if we could flag at 820 N in Provo again today, but we declined, since Taylor went into labor yesterday about noon and we wanted to be available when she had her baby. We were back and forth to the hospital several times to see how things were coming along. Chrisianna Michelle Southworth was finally born around 5:44 pm after something like 31 hours of labor! She weighted 6 lbs 9 oz and was 21" long. Mother and baby (and father) are doing well. We got to see Christianna through the window in the nursery and the pictures Tyler took right after her birth. She is beautiful!
In between hospital trips we got a few needed things done around the place. We sold the white truck this morning. Just in time, since I needed tires on the RL before it would pass safety inspection to renew the license that expires the end of this month. I tried to get it all inspected and do the "on the spot" renewal, but apparently the battery is going bad and the on board computer had been cleared and I hadn't driven it enough to reset the codes needed by the emissions tests. So I am putting the battery charger on it overnight and will then need to drive it 25 miles or so to reset the codes and then get it retested before I can get my renewal. Hopefully I can get that done in the next day or so, depending on our flagging schedule.
I got some work done on the house today too. The cover had blown off the swamp cooler a couple of days ago and I got it back on and re-tied back in place. Mom also found a couple of shingles on the front lawn and when I went up to check out the roof found that 8 tabs had blown off and needed to be replaced so I spent the rest of the afternoon repairing the roof. Two of the missing tabs were right under the base for the Internet dish antenna, so that made it particularly interesting to replace those. But I got all 8 replaced and the roof is as good as it can be without being replaced, which it is pretty much in need of. There are hundreds of shingles that are worn down to where there is almost no "grit" left on them at all, a sure sign that the roof is worn out. Fortunately we don't have any leaks yet.