I had my ice grippers on my shoes so didn't have to worry about the snow and ice on the roads. It is dark when I leave but it's nice to be outside watching a new day begin. I saw a beautiful pink sky over by the cemetery. By the time I got walking down this road it was light out.
Just a little while later I saw Dave clearing the snow off of his truck and stopped to talk to him too.
I didn't see any animals but did see lots of rabbit prints in the snow and also a few deer prints.
I walked 6.3 miles.
❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤After breakfast we decided to go up to Happy Trails and walk around up there for a while. By then the sun went away and it was cloudy but still nice to be up there. I had Ken take a picture of me to show you how bright my green hooded sweat shirt is. Cars can't help but see me wearing that. : )
Here's our little stream looking pretty in the snow.
We were back home by lunch time. After lunch I made some chocolate pudding to use up the last of the milk before the sell by date. Haven't made chocolate pudding in a long time. These dishes were my Gramma's and they were used on special days. They are very thin and delicate and things taste extra good in them. I don't save them for special days though because really every day is special. : ) I'm sure Gramma would approve.
That's my day so far.
Hope you find bits of happiness scattered throughout your day.
happyone : )
- My ice grippers - without them I would have been walking in the basement.
- Friendly people in town.
- The snow glistening in the sun.
We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive.
He who is devoid of the power to forgive
is devoid of the power to love.
There is some good in the worst of us
and some evil in the best of us.
When we discover this,
we are less prone to hate our enemies.
~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
Thinker - Oh no, store bought dough doesn't count. It has to be made at home. : ) Just kidding, I don't think I've ever eaten a pizza that I didn't like. : )