Deer hunting season has started so I've been wearing my nice bright orange sweat shirt. I'm in the open and shouldn't come across any hunters, but I'm just being safe. I did hear gun shots off in the distance.
There must not be any school today because I didn't see any school buses or kids around and it was a pretty quiet walk.
I walked 6.2 miles - 12,186 steps.
Sunset: 4:53November ended up being a good month for finding coins after all - $1.61
This morning I went to visit Harry and brought him a little pumpkin bread. He was in the physical therapy room again so I went there. Charles the therapist is quite a character and everyone likes him. I met a woman using one of the machines that looked like a modified bicycle and a man sitting there waiting his turn. We talked for a while and then it was time for Harry to 'walk' back to his room. On the way I met Shelby one of the cleaning ladies. Lots of residents were gathered in the dining room decorating little Christmas trees and every one was getting one in their room. The nursing home was all decorated for Christmas and there was a happy cheerful atmosphere throughout the home. I left with a happy feeling. : )
This afternoon Ken climbed the ladder and starting putting Christmas lights up on the house. I helped down below getting the lights out of the boxes and handing him things. I went inside before he did and started decorating seasonal boxes in the foyer. Neither job got all the way finished but we got a good start.
I haven't started writing out Christmas cards yet. In fact I haven't even bought the cards but I did make out the list of who to send them to. : )
The day went by much too fast and I didn't get all the things done that I wanted to, but I guess that's what tomorrow is for.
Hope your day was a happy one.
happyone : )
How many observe Christ's birthday!
How few, his precepts!
~ Benjamin Franklin