I walked around the lake again this morning. Very few people out.
Very quiet and still by the lake. Every once in a while I would hear a rustling of the leaves and it would be a squirrel running around. A geese honking in the distance could be heard and only a few chirping birds every now and then. I saw five deer and the heron fly low over the water. The picture of the two ducks are a couple I see every day. They are always together.
As always I'm so thankful to have such great places to walk each morning.
I walked 6.3 miles.
********************Oh, I have discovered another favorite flavor of ice cream. This one is called Devil's Food Cake. It is described this way. Smooth chocolate ice cream filled with rich chocolate cake batter swirl and chewy cake pieces. Oh my doesn't that sound good!!
After walking this morning I had little time in the morning to do my morning routine and rushed around getting ready to go to my Tuesday Knitting group. I'm knitting a square to go on the end table between Ken and my chairs in the living room. It will act as one big coaster. It is cotton so I can throw it in the washing machine. I am hoping to finish it later this evening.
There were 16 of us there today.
From knitting I had to stop at the library to pick up a book that was on hold and also picked up a few more books so once again I have LOTS of books to read all due at different times!! I have one other book on hold and I just know I'll get an email tomorrow telling me it is there waiting for me to pick up!
They other day when I made a pot roast for supper Ken sliced up the leftovers in nice thin pieces and I put them in the freezer. Tonight we are going to have pot roast sandwiches for supper. I'm making the rolls. I made the dough in the bread machine and then punched it down and cut the dough into 6 equal parts and tried to shape them into long rolls. They are now rising for an hour before baking. I'll take a picture of them when they are done (if they come out looking good) and post it tomorrow.
So now I'm off to read blogs, do a few things around the house, and then read until Ken comes home from work. He is coming home on the late side so it will be easy to just make the sandwiches when he gets here.
Spring shows what God can do with a drab and dirty world.
~Virgil A. Kraft