Not much wildlife though, but I did see all the usual geese and the heron was standing on the rocks at the waters edge. I watched him flew off over the water. Such an amazing thing to watch.
Walking back home I cut over here to the apartment complex and walked around looking for coins - no luck today.
I walked 6.4 miles.
********************The cookie exchange last night was lots of fun and I'm sure glad I went. There were about 23 people there. One other person made chocolate chip cookies besides me. There were lots of delicious looking cookies and I ate way too many of them!!!
Got a load of laundry hung up on the line again. Then grabbed my knitting and headed out the door for my Tuesday morning knitting group. A small turnout today - only 8 people. I just had a couple rows to do on a scarf that I've been working on and finished it there. Then I was left with nothing to do. So I just sat and talked.
When I got home I got chili started in the crock pot. I'm making it for Saturday when my son comes for a visit. I know it's a little early but I'm going to freeze it. I want to bake a pie and make Christmas shaped sugar cookies too, so with the chili out of the way I can do the fun stuff. : )
I have a bunch of chores to get done before Ken gets home from work. Then we are going out for a bite to eat and get a few errands done.
I was hoping to get a chance to finish my book and start another scarf but don't think I'll have time.
Hope your day is sunny and bright.
It is the time of year when we celebrate
the birth of Jesus Christ.
He was born of a virgin,
lived a sinless life,
and died on a wooden cross
for the sins of mankind.
To those who believe and follow Him,
He gives eternal life.
Is there any greater or more precious gift than this?