Here's the lake when I first got there.
You can see the swimmers in the distance.Most of the wildlife were in hiding from all the people.
There were people in boats out among the swimmers just to be there for anyone who needed help.
This morning it was nice to have the lake back to normal and to see the wildlife enjoying the lake once again. I saw the heron and I got real close to it. I walked ever so slowly and just stood still and watched. Didn't even try to get a picture, just stood there watching him. The deer, rabbits and all the ducks and geese were around too. It was a misty morning and I had to tote my umbrella with me. Sometimes I needed it and other times I didn't. The walk picture for today is of all the lily pads in the lake.I walked my usual 6 miles.
Ken spent the whole day yesterday at work. I was going to start my housework for the week yesterday afternoon, but ended up not doing anything but fun stuff. I read, knitted, watched a little television and did a couple of crossword puzzles.
Today when I got back from my walk I stayed outside for just a bit and planted some lavender on the side in the front of the townhouse. While I was there I saw a squirrel up by the bird feeder. I chased it away but I'm sure he'll be back. I'm thinking he just jumped from the railing. Don't think there is anyway for me to stop him.
Washed the front windows again. Trying to keep them clean for photo opportunities. :-)
I've been up in my loft this morning working on some weave-its. I haven't worked on that afghan for quite a while. As I made squares I listened to an audio book. Did that for over a hour.
Lunch time came around, ate that while watching Last of the Summer Wine. Now I have to go and get some work done around the house.
A Happy Monday to you.
There is no personal charm so great as the charm of a cheerful temperament.
~Henry Van Dyke
~Henry Van Dyke