A picture from the other day when we still had snow.
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I had a zigzag of a walk all over town and could not map it out if I tried. I went up and down and all around town. Didn't see anyone else out walking.
Nothing out of the ordinary this morning, just a nice walk listening to the rain. I dropped a book off at the library in the return slot. It was a book I was going to read for my book club, but I didn't like it so I decided not to read it.
Last month I was pretty lucky finding coins on my walks. 1 quarter, 3 dimes, 1 nickel, and 11 pennies for a grand total of 71 cents. I've added the coins to the others I've found over the years.
I walked 6.5 miles.
✼ ✼ ✼ ✼Baked the last batch of Welsh cookies for the Drane House cookie sale. Now just have to bring them over to Sherry's on Friday and then of course on Saturday I'll go and check out all the other cookies and come home with a nice variety.
Last week at church I was talking to a friend Caroline and she mentioned that she'd never had a pair of mittens. So I decided to surprise her and last week I knitted her a pair of pink mittens and gave them to her yesterday. She was very surprised and she gave me not one hug but three of them. I didn't know it but pink just happens to be her favorite color. It was so much fun surprising her. If you want to see the mittens, you can see them HERE.
Someone overheard and asked me it I'd make two pair of mittens for her granddaughters so this week I'll be knitting those.
The wires hanging from the television have been really bothering me lately. It just looks so messy.
It's still warm out and we've had a rainy day all day. I wonder how much snow we would be getting if it was cold out. I'd rather be getting the snow.
We'll I'd better get back to work. We will be heading out to Brenda's for pizza later for half price pizza Monday.
Hope your day has been sunny and bright.
happyone : )
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is to trust them.
Thank you all for the comments yesterday especially Inger, Mary Jo, and John for those kind words.