Horses down by the Drane House
☀ ☀ ☀ ☀Left the house again at 7:10 and it was 32 degrees, no wind and the sun came out. A beautiful morning for taking a walk.
I walked all around town and around the two cemeteries and the loop around the ball park. Also went in the woods by the ball park and walked along the stream.
Its is just a short path and it soon ends here.
I thought I heard a cardinal, looked up and sure enough there he was.
I walked 6 miles.
Haven't found any coins in quite a while but today I found a penny in the library parking lot. : )
☀ ☀ ☀ ☀Right after breakfast I walked down the street to Sherry's for my hair appointment and my gray roots are once again dark brown.
We never did wash the cars this afternoon. Though it was a pretty sunny day the air was cold. Supposed to rain tomorrow anyway and I have to go out in my car tomorrow evening.
I made a double batch of the Black and White cookies. (Picture and recipe HERE.) The women from church are getting together for dinner and fellowship tomorrow and we are all bringing something. Thought they might like the cookies.
Finished reading another book, Bertie's Guide to Life and Mothers by Alexander McCall Smith. It is book number 9 in the 44 Scotland Street series. I've enjoyed this whole series, but somehow I missed book 8, Sunshine on Scotland Street and will have to read that one too.
Haven't started a new knitting project yet. I'll be making some weave-it squares for the next few days.
Hope your day was a happy one.
happyone : )
It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot
and the wind blows cold:
when it is summer in the light,
and winter in the shade.
~ Charles DickensComment Replies:
John - If you scroll down you will see a link to the Drane House.
Karen - No, I stopped going to the nursing home. I didn't feel like I was really making a difference. It seems they all have family who visit often. I'm still doing the prison letters though.