Mowed 6.5K...back, side, and far half of low-input area. Trimmed in back. Put down Milorganite 5-4-0 on the upper back area at 1/2 lb of N rate...
Before this, I was mowing another lawn in the family and it took longer than expected. My cousin's family who lives out of state showed up unexpectedly for a few minutes during that, and their baby daughter with her dad starts waving while I'm on the riding mower.
Current conditions: There has been no or little rain for the past,...oh, say, week and a half. I've allowed the lawn to just reach the verge of drought stress, trying not to actually cause anything to brown out. I have had to water some areas this past week, and syringe others. Supposed to be advantageous to make your lawn work for water in the Spring, to help spur deep rooting. But there's a fine line. I've noticed some of my neighbor's lawns have the beginnings of actual drought stress...wilting, browning, etc. That is not advantageous. Fine line!