Started my day as usual with my morning walk. I'll be starting off in the dark from now on. That's one thing I don't like about this time of year. I didn't walk on any paths today. Walked the sidewalks. Nice for a change.
I wonder why with all the nice sidewalks that we have, some people still like to walk in the street.
With everyone so distracted while driving I prefer to be safer on the sidewalks!
I stopped off at the library on my way to the commissary this morning. I just dropped a book off and left right away. Didn't even look at any books because if I did I just know I'd find more to read. :-)
I didn't need all that much at the commissary so I got to go in the express lane and there was no wait at all. There are some self-check lanes but I stay away from them. I don't have much luck with them!!
The nicest thing came in the mail for me today. I was lucky enough to win a give-a-way from Kim at happy@home. In the box was a cook book for Fall with lots of wonderful recipes in it which I look forward to trying. Also a cute little squirrel holding a couple of acorns which are little salt and pepper shakers. A little candle with the scent of pumpkin spice was also included with a lovely card.
Thanks so much Kim!!
If you have not read Kim's blog please stop by there. She posts wonderful pictures of her beautiful home and is such a happy upbeat blogger. I enjoy her blog very much and I'm happy to call her a friend. :-)
Our weather has turned quite cool and windy so I couldn't sit out on my deck today. Though I did find time to read, I missed sitting on the deck.
Never did get to cleaning the kitchen today - that will be the first thing on my list for tomorrow.
Just finished eating those left over ribs from yesterday with a salad for supper.
I'll have a nice quiet evening at home. Reading, a little television, knitting and I think I'll have some ice cream tonight for my snack. I have some of my favorite which as most of you know is chocolate chip. :-)
I hope you had a good Tuesday and you enjoy the rest of your day.
Instead of showing someone the gate,
try mending the fence.