Didn't walk on any mapped out route of mine today, just walked here and there. Paths, sidewalks, and even a parking lot.
I saw a few people scattered around this morning walking, running and walking dogs.
I heard birds and saw squirrels. One of the squirrels had a bend about three quarters of the way down in his tail. Must have gotten it caught somewhere. I've seen squirrels with part of their tails gone but never with a severe angle in it like this one. It didn't seem to be bothering him at all.
Not much else going on, pretty quiet out there this morning. Still an enjoyable walk.
Found a couple more coins - a dime and a penny.
Walked 6.4 miles.
*******************************************Packed up my knitting and headed out to my Tuesday morning knitting group. There were about a dozen of us there. I knitted on the baby blanket i started last week. I have enough done now so that you can see the pattern.
Made a stop at the library on the way home to drop a book off. Not one of mine this time (i'm reading a book that i own) but one of Ken's. I was determined not to check out any more books out of the library and this time i really DIDN'T!! I have a LOT of books at home here that have to be read. In fact i have four full shelves on my bookcase of books that i haven't read yet. I could go a whole year without ever going to the library and still not be able to read all these books.
Tonight i go to the cookie exchange. I have the cookies i made, a few copies of the recipe, a container to bring home cookies and a little gift for a Christmas game we are to play all ready to go. I'm looking forward to going and to having a happy time and maybe even make a new friend. : )
Hope your day has been a happy one.
Till next time......
Here's a smile from me to you. : )
Somehow, not only for Christmas
But all the long year through,
The joy that you give to others
Is the joy that comes back to you.
And the more you spend in blessing
The poor and lonely and sad,
The more of your heart's possessing
Returns to you glad.
~ John Greenleaf Whittier