Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself; I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it. ~Groucho Marx
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Thursday, October 21, 2010
Another home day
I start walking in the dark but the sun did come up today. Much nicer than yesterday. I walked around the lake for a 6.3 mile walk. My son called so we walked and talked again. It's nice that his work break and my walk are at the same time so we can walk together. The deer I saw today were on the path leading to the lake. Around the lake I saw the white egret, bunnies, the heron and all the usual geese. A lot of geese have left but there are still many who stay.
I'm seeing less people around the lake but I think that is because it is so dark in the morning and that they are just leaving later when it gets light.
The picture I took today is near the front entrance. I'm across the street from one of the parking lots.
Ken took another sick day off from work. He is feeling better today but thought it best to stay home than to go to work and pass along his cold. Thanks to you all who left get better wishes for him. Thankfully so far I haven't gotten his cold!
I made us grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch. For quite a while now I've been making bread in the bread machine. I go through stages making bread and then buying bread. Anyway grilled cheese tastes really good on the home made bread. The cheese soaks in the bread and just tastes so good.
I spent some time reading and knitting in the afternoon.
It's been a sunny but windy day. Another pretty quiet day around the house.
Last night we finished the last of the William and Mary series. There was only I think 12 episodes in all and I was sorry to see it end. It was really good and I wanted to watch more of it.
Tonight we will watch some more of Carnival which we got from Netflix. That is a pretty strange show, and I'm not sure yet if I like it enough to continue watching it.