✿ ✿ ✿ ✿Glad to get back to my morning walk today. It was 46 degrees and just looked wet but not actually raining but when I walked out the door it was raining. Just grabbed by umbrella out of the garage and left in the rain. Nice to hear the rain coming down on the umbrella, one of my favorite sounds. : )
After a couple of miles I made a stop back home because my pants were getting wet and so was my feet. Changed into my rain pants and put on my hiking shoes, which keep my feet dry a little bit longer and back out I went.
The three people fishing at the town pond didn't seem to mind the rain. The road you see in the picture leads up to one of the cemeteries which I walked around today.
Walked 6.1 miles.
✿ ✿ ✿ ✿Another one of those rainy days. Couldn't do anything outside so I cleaned out my closet. I guess cleaned out is not the right word but 'straightened' things out because I only got rid of two pocketbooks. Really though I don't have a lot of clothes. I'm not one for keeping what I don't wear. Most women would be appalled at my clothes closet. : ) I don't even have enough clothes to move summer and winter things in and out. All my clothes stay right where they are year round.
Late in the afternoon the rain stopped and the sun came out for just a little while. I went out to collect the mail and ended up staying outside and doing a little weeding.
Haven't thought much about what to have for supper so I'd better decide on that now and do something about it!
A happy day to you.
happyone : )
"God is in the hearts of all,
and they that seek shall surely find Him
when they need Him most."
~ Louisa May Alcott
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My step-dad has been taking wonderful care of my mom who has Alzheimer's. Most of you who have been reading my blog know that last year my mom had a few operations that they didn't expect her to live through. With good doctors and many, many prayers she is now doing as well as can be expected. Now my step-dad, who is like a father to me is having some major issues himself and will soon no longer be able to take care of her. My mom will probably have to go back to the nursing home she stayed in for some months last year, but this time it will be her home. They live 12 hours away in upstate NY but Ken and I will be visiting as often as possible. They do have wonderful friends, and my mom has Vickie who is like a daughter to her. They have a great church family too and I know they will be well looked after.
I ask for your prayers for my family as these changes take place. Please pray for strength, comfort and wisdom for us all. Thank you so much.