Only had time for a short 3 mile walk yesterday
as we had to leave for Fingerprints.
We had a good work day yesterday.
We assembled, stapled, cut, and boxed up 6,057 Romans Books.
Worked from 9 in the morning till 6 in the evening.
We ran out of material so had to quit working a little early.
A trip to Staunton, VA to pick up another pallet before
we work again next month will be coming up soon for Ken and I.
I usually work on one of the staple machines,
but help out where needed too.
I do everything but cut.
But that changed yesterday when Ken showed me
how to use the cutting machine.
The machine was a bit intimidating at first but once
I got going it was very easy and it is now my favorite thing to do.
Here I am working on the cutter.
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This morning when I walked the temperature was 55 degrees F
with a slight breeze and sunny.
Headed to town.
Had a library book to return but it was An Echo in the Bone and
it has over 800 pages and heavy so decided not to take it!!
Just down the road from home I spotted this little bunny
sitting on the edge of the road.
This was as close as I could get before he ran away.
Once to town I walked down the road to the lower cemetery.
If you look closely you will see another bunny there on the left
side of the road enjoying a spot of sunshine.
Walked around the cemetery and then made a stop at the old house.
(We are optimistic about the viewing the other day.
The man who came really liked it
and is bringing his wife to see the house next week.)
From the house walked back through town, down the hill,
and turned in here to back home.
It is always nice once I turn off the highway back to
the peaceful country road.
When Ken got back from breakfast with Edd
we went down to LaVale to do a little shopping.
We were delayed on the way home in traffic on 68.
(We should have gone the back way!)
There were 3 accidents.
As we passed by one of them I said a prayer for all involved.
5 vehicles were involved, an 18 wheeler, a pickup truck,
2 cars and a motorcycle.
A scary thought thinking about the guy on the motorcycle.
We often pass by this old barn and I always want to stop
and take a picture.
Today as we were stopped in traffic I took the picture.
When we got home I put the groceries away
(thankfully we didn't buy any frozen or cold items)
and Ken went out back to work in the yard till suppertime.
I went outside for a while but didn't do any work.
That's it for today.
Find the joy in your day and be thankful for it. 😀
happyone 🥰Comment Replies:
Thank you Tom for identifying the Dame's Rocket for me and all the others. When I posted the picture I said to Ken, I bet Tom will know what it is. AND YOU DID. 👍