Plants that have popped up through the leaves all over Happy Trails
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First of all I just want to say that we had 205 trick-or-treaters come to the house last night. That is a LOT of kids. There are only a little over 300 people in our whole
40 degrees this morning with a misty rain so I left in my rain pants and slicker. Saw Lisa but didn't stop for a chat because she was running past on the opposite side of the road. Also saw the man walking his two little dogs.
Walked around town and I liked walking through all the leaves even though they were wet.
I only walked 4.5 miles this morning because I have a killer sore throat and the damp air seemed to make it worse so I went home early. I finished my other 1-1/2 mile walking down stairs in the basement.
I have started November off on a good start by finding my first coin and not just a penny. A quarter. : )
The coins for the month of October were a dime, a nickel, and 4 pennies for a grand total of 19 cents. I only save the coins that I find but I also found a dollar bill last month.
❇ ❇ ❇ ❇I had some nice hot cream of wheat for breakfast and it felt ever so good on my sore throat.
It has been a rainy first day of November and even though snow showers were expected I haven't seen any yet today.
I baked a cheese cake this morning so the house is smelling pretty good. Just staying home today and relaxing. I'm off now to do some reading.
Hope your first day of November is one of happiness.
happyone : )
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.
It turns what we have into enough, and more.
It turns denial into acceptance,
chaos to order,
confusion to clarity.
It can turn a meal into a feast,
a house into a home,
a stranger into a friend.
~ Melody BeattieComment Replies:
Betty - Thank you so much for your kind words. I pray you find peace and comfort and that you feel better.
John - I have a Striiv that I use to track my steps and miles. It also keeps track of the calories I have used up. It is small and fits in my pocket and I have it with me all day.
Ruta - No, don't carry a torch, but I stay in town where the street lights are until it starts to get light.