I didn't see any deer but I did count five rabbits along the bunny trail. The usual geese and birds were around too.
I found two coins - both pennies.
Walking steps today were 12,923 which was 6.3 miles
********************I have missed the last two weeks of knitting so looked forward to getting back to that and seeing my knitting friends. We meet outside in the courtyard of a small mall now that the weather is nice. It was a little cool sitting outside but nice to be out there.
I started knitting a variegated blue place mat last night and brought that with me today. I realized that it was going to be way too big so I ripped it out and started over this time only casting on half the stitches called for.
After leaving knitting I stopped over at the old house to take in the empty recycling cans and then came back home. Had some lunch and then cooked up some chicken for the enchiladas I will be making for supper. I like to cook the chicken up ahead of time and then later I just have to put everything together and bake it. Saves time later.
After supper we are going to the home association meeting. Most of you know that I hang my clothes outside to dry and this appears to be a problem for some people. Even though there is a law in Maryland stating home associations MAY NOT FORBID clothes lines. We have already pointed out the law and was told okay about having the clothes line. A couple weeks ago in the mail we got the rules that are to be voted on for our townhouse complex and we couldn't believe that there were rules against clothes lines again. Ken wrote another letter and the rule was changed AGAIN, so we are going to the meeting tonight to make sure they don't sneak in another clothes line rule.
I hate these meetings!!!! Wish us luck.
The rest of the afternoon I'll be doing a little bit of nothing. : ) A little knitting and will start another book. I'm going to reread Little Women. I read it when I was a kid and picked up the book a while ago on sale. I wonder if I will think it as good as I did when I was young. I don't remember much about it except it's about four sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy growing up during the civil war.
Hope you're having some delightful weather in your area too.
I want to do something splendid...
Something heroic or wonderful
that won't be forgotten after I'm dead...
I think I shall write books.
~ Louisa May Alcott