Just a few people out so I had the lake practically to myself. Nice and peaceful and as always such a nice way to start my day.
All the foot bridges where a bit slippery with a very light coating of ice but fine everywhere else.
I took a little detour around some apartments looking for some coins in the parking lot. I didn't find any, but I did run into Denise, a walking friend from the lake who was changing the air filter in her car so I stopped for a while to talk to her.
I walked 6.6 miles.
********************Commissary day, so after breakfast, I went over my list, added a few things, gathered up my shopping bags and headed out the door.
So much traffic on the roads today but once inside the commissary there was hardly anyone there so no lines to wait on. I just could not find egg beaters today. I even asked someone but the egg beaters were nowhere to be found. Well, at least I got some extra steps in for the day! : )
Ken took the day off and is over at the old house fixing the things that the inspector found wrong. If he gets home before supper we plan on going out to the library and to pick up some more red bows for the Christmas tree. If not we will go after supper.
Now, I'm going to have some lunch and then finish the library book I'm reading.
Hope you're having a sunshiny kind of day.
Happyone : )
I sometimes think we expect too much of Christmas Day.
We try to crowd into it the long arrears of kindliness
and humanity of the whole year.
As for me, I like to take my Christmas a little at a time,
all through the year.
And thus I drift along into the holidays,
let them overtake me unexpectedly -
waking up some fine morning and suddenly saying to myself:
Why, this is Christmas Day!