Each morning when I open my eyes I say to myself;
I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today.
I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet.
I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it.
~Groucho Marx

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Thursday, January 29, 2015

A colorful start

This is one of the reasons I like walking early in the morning.
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Last night when we went to bed the temperature was only 3 degrees so I was pleasantly surprised to see it was up to 24 degrees this morning so I put on my walking clothes and headed OUTSIDE for my walk. : )
I went first to the Laundromat to put up a poster for a church event.  Then walked around town a bit.  Some of the side roads still have packed snow with some icy patches,
but the main road is clear and dry so I walked down that way toward Happy Trails.  Also walked up Barn Sale to see the cows.  This one coming up over the hill looked so cute with a snout full of snow. : )
Looking down at the road I thought the salt in the cracks of the road looked kind of interesting so snapped a picture.
I saw the same lady with the ear phones walking this morning that I see every so often.  Today she waved. : )

I had to cut my walk short by a mile and only walked 5 because I had a hair appointment to go to this morning.  In the afternoon I walked a mile down in the basement.

My hair (when dry) has now grown out to the bottom of my chin and another inch and it will be just where I want it.  I am never going to cut my hair short again!!  I know I've said that before but I mean it!!! : )

I started making weave-it squares for a baby blanket and have a dozen of them made.  I need to make 150 for the blanket.

This afternoon a mix of rain and snow started coming down.  At least we had one day of sunny clear weather yesterday.  Who knows what the morning will bring!!

A nice cozy evening at home, reading, making squares, ice cream and an old movie called Harvey.

Hope your day has been a happy one.
happyone : )
One thing you learn in a long marriage
is how many sneezes to wait before saying,
Bless you. 
~ Robert Brault

12 comments:

  1. Thank goodness for your pellet stove. Can't help but wonder if you also turned on the furnace since it was only 2 degrees! Love the cow with snow snout. The design made by salt on the road is something I never would have even noticed. Thanks for pointing out so many wonderful things that I would miss. The sunrise is especially beautiful. Mary Jo

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  2. What a beautiful start to your day. When I see pictures like this I think I need to make a better point of looking out the window in the morning.
    Oh gosh, 3 degrees sounds sooo cold. Glad it warmed up a bit for your walk.

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  3. I just sent you an e-mail. Mary Jo

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  4. Gorgeous picture of the sunrise! So glad you were able to walk outside. That is a very interesting picture of the salt on the street. It sounds like you will soon be happy with the length of your hair. I prefer mine to be short because I only give it a "lick and a promise.":-)

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  5. Lovely photos. The sunrise is gorgeous and those cracks in th road are the kind of thing I would be drawn to as well.

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  6. Sunrise this morning was beautiful!

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  7. I love the beautiful sunrise and the cute cow! I hope you stay safe and warm on your walks. It is so cold out there.. Have a happy Friday!

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  8. Congrats on that first photo ... just awesome! I like the quote about sneezes. :-) Happy Friday!

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  9. Beautiful sunrise! I love it! I'm with you about short hair - I like just a little length on mine (and my hubby prefers it too!) Have a great weekend and stay warm!

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  10. What a delicious sunrise! The cow with the snowy snout made me smile! :D The salt pattern in the road cracks reminds me a little of frost on a window. Very pretty!

    Lindy

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